The member of parliament for Assin Central who is widely known as Kennedy Agyapong has finally opened up on his act towards the judge he insulted and threatened that land him into trouble. In an interview that he granted, the popular member of parliament disclosed that he is one person who loves to fight for the freedom of people and for that matter when he see somebody trying to suppress the other because of the power that he or she has, he becomes angry. He added that since his passion is to see the liberty of every individual, he becomes angry and sometimes loose control when he see somebody bullying another person because of his position or power.
Hon Kennedy Agyapong continued by saying that he accept that the words he uttered against the judge that drag him to court was harsh since he was angry with what he did to him. I went too far with the judge looking at the kind of words i used on him. I am not apologizing to him because he is a judge but i later listened to it back and realized that it wasn’t the best. Hon Kennedy Agyapong also added that the NPP under the leadership of Nana Addo is an open government and for that matter there is no way they are going to tolerate corruption in the party and Ghana. Akufo Addo has never been corrupt since he has a track record that proves him to be so. If he wasn’t corrupt yesterday, there is no way he is going to be corrupt today nor tomorrow. Kindly leave your comments, share and follow me for more updates. Thank you.
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