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Ghanaians Are Crying Too Much,You Need To Fix This – Kennedy Agyapong Speaks

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Ghanaians Are Crying Too Much,You Need To Fix This - Kennedy Agyapong Speaks

Honorable Kennedy Agyapong has joined the ongoing fix the country debate and media protest. Many Ghanaians were not surprised by his earlier statement on this ongoing issue, but his recent comment a few hours ago has gotten a lot of attention from Ghanaians. Kennedy Agyapong previously stated that the youth and all civilians must ensure that their attitudes are in line with the country’s ethics.

However, speaking today, Kennedy Agyapong boldly revealed that the country’s current situation demonstrates that the youth are not deafeningly. He revealed that the days of politicians exploiting the youth are over, and this is proof that things are changing. In response, Kennedy Agyapong sent direct messages to his colleagues in power today.

Kennedy Agyapong revealed that while Nana Addo is blamed, some members of parliament and ministers in the country are always key players in the country’s economic downfall. He sounded enraged because, despite being an NPP member, he recognizes that some people do not share his mindset. This is due to the fact that the level of effort put forth by some MPs in their work differs greatly from that of other members of parliament and their efforts.

Kennedy Agyapong stated, “As a Ghanaian, you must help to fix the country in any way you can because the president is not the cause of many of our problems, but rather ourselves.” Kennedy Agyapong stated that while we are criticizing Nana Addo, we should not forget to target our MPs and ministers as well, as they are key players in the economy’s growth.

Kennedy Agyapong stated that change begins with you, and that if everyone helps in any way they can, change will not be a problem.

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  • I Had S*X With A 13-Year-Old Guy When I Was Just 5-Years Old – Abena Korkor Makes Shocking Revelation

Nana Abena Korkor Addo has revealed that she lost her virginity at the tender age of 5 years.

According to her, she remembers the episode so correctly even though it happened many years ago.

In an interview with Delay, Abena Korkor explained that her excessive fascination with sx is what probably brings about her sxual antics whenever she experiences a relapse of her bipolar condition.

According to her, at the tender age of 5, she had consensual s*x with a 13-year old.

  • I Have No Evidence That Kweku Baako Received Any Bribes – Ken Agyapong Admits To Lying In Court

Kennedy Agyapong has beat an unusual retreat in Court in the defamation suit brought against him by veteran journalist, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako.

Mr Agyapong, while under cross-examination admitted that the allegations he made against the venerable Kweku Baako were without any basis because he has no evidence to back his claims.

Kennedy Agyapong, in his one of his usual rants on radio had accused Mr Kweku Baako of taking money from people and publishing stories to blackmail others.

However, while under cross-examination, Mr Agyapong admitted that his claims were false and were only made because he was angry about somethings Mr Baako allegedly said about him on radio.

Mr Kweku Baako brought the 25 million cedis suit against the MP following some allegations the MP levelled against him in the aftermath of the Anas expose’ on corruption in Ghana football.

  • Was Ghana Better Off And Somebody Came To Destroy It? – Kufour Asks #Fixthecountry Campaigners

Former President John Agyekum Kufour has admonished the fix the country campaigners to stop behaving as if Ghana was in good condition and someone came to destroy it.

Speaking on Kofi TV, Kufour noted that the country continuous to suffer from some hasty decisions made by past leaders and also a growing population that outmatches the country’s resources.

According to him, no government possesses the magic wand to suddenly transform the economy and therefore the #fixthecountry campaigners must revise their campaign.

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He Doesn’t Take Bribe: I Have No Evidence Against Kweku Baak– Kennedy Agyapong

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Maverick politician, Kennedy Agyapong has admitted that he has no evidence on claims that Editor-In-Chief of the New Crusading Guide Abdul Malik Kweku Baako received bribes.

Under cross-examination, the Assin Central lawmaker was confronted with claims made on the 24th day of July 2018 on Oman FM, to the effect that the veteran journalist was sitting there taking envelopes, writing and publishing stories after taking those envelopes.

But during cross examination he was quoted to have said “Yes my lady but if the plaintiff would be sincere to himself, even where they sit to have meetings at Coffee Shop, it is called Coffee Shop Mafia. Again I want to say that I said whatever I said because of the insult he rained on me and he broke the trust”

Lawyer for the plaintiff also suggested to the defendant that he has no proof and has also not brought the same before the court to confirm that the plaintiff took envelope and publish stories.

In his response he said “He is saying I have no proof. I have told the court that I said whatever I said because of what he said and I want the definition of the Coffee Mafia and what they do there. My lady it is unfortunate that most Ghanaians are coward and are afraid to come forward to collaborate what I have said”

Suit

Kweku Baako has sued the loudmouth lawmaker at the Accra High Court, asking the court to compel the controversial lawmaker to vomit GH¢25 million for defaming him.

The ace journalist is accusing the loudmouthed Kennedy Agyapong of using his own media platform Net 2 TV and Oman FM as well Adom TV and numerous other platforms to spew statements that Mr Baako considers injurious to his hard-won reputation.

Fined

An Accra High Court presided over by Justice Afia Serwaa Asare Botwe last year ruled that the Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central Kennedy Agyapong indeed defamed the Editor-In-Chief of the New Crusading Guide Newspaper Abdul Malik Kweku Baako.

He was given up to 30 days to retract and apologise three times on the platforms he used to defame the veteran journalist fined GHS100, 000 in damages plus cost of GHS30, 000

Lawyer for Kennedy Agyapong, Ralph Agyapong however indicated that the Member of Parliament(MP) for Assin Central will appeal the judgment by the Accra High Court despite making part payment of he court fine.

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  • Auditor-General Chases Former Nhyiaeso MP For ‘Missing’ GH₵500k

A former Member of Parliament (MP) for the Nhyiaeso Constituency, Kennedy Kankam, has been ordered by the Auditor-General to recover GH₵ 500,000 that he oversaw disbursed to individuals as loans.

The Auditor-General’s report indicated that the monies, which amounted to the MP’s share of the District Assembly’s common fund, have not been paid since they were given to some 430 people in 2019.

Between the end of 2019 and the third quarter of 2020, the Kumasi Metropolitan Assembly (KMA) received GH₵ 4,821,929.80, of which Kankam allegedly requested GH₵ 500, 000.

  • I have no evidence Kweku Baako received bribes – Kennedy Agyapong

Maverick politician Kennedy Agyapong has admitted that he has no evidence on claims that Editor-In-Chief of the New Crusading Guide Abdul Malik Kweku Baako received bribes.

Under cross-examination, the Assin Central lawmaker was confronted with claims made on the 24th day of July 2018 on Oman FM, to the effect that the veteran journalist was sitting there taking envelopes, writing and publishing stories after taking those envelopes.

But during cross examination he was quoted to have said “Yes my lady but if the plaintiff would be sincere to himself, even where they sit to have meetings at Coffee Shop, it is called Coffee Shop Mafia. Again I want to say that I said whatever I said because of the insult he rained on me and he broke the trust”

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