- Kennedy Agyapong has revealed the minority and majority leaders in parliament are his favorite politicians
- The maverick politician says these two men ate of high experience and quality.
Maverick politician, Kennedy Agyapong has named his best politicians in Ghana so far.
According to Kennedy Agyapong, the Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) and Majority Leader Osei Kyei Mensah-Bonsu are the two seasoned politicians he admires the most.
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'I have people that I admire like Kyei Mensah-Bonsu very good, he’s not a lawyer but he knows the constitution… very brilliant guy, Haruna Iddrisu also another smart guy. We have a lot of good ones, I like everybody,' Ken Agyapong revealed during a cookout session with actress Yvonne Okoro on GHone TV.
Kennedy Kwame Ohene Agyapong is an accomplished Ghanaian businessman and a very influential politician belonging to the New Patriotic Party (NPP).
He was born June 16, 1960, at Assin Dompem, a small farming community in the Central Region of Ghana.
Ken began his educational journey at Adisadel College, one of the influential Secondary Schools in Cape Coast as early as 11-years-old in 1976.
However, he could not continue to Sixth Form for some reasons. He then proceeded to Winneba Secondary School and finally ended at Fordham University in the United States for further studies.
Kennedy Agyapong holds General Certificate in Education (GCE), ‘A’ Level which he obtained in 1983. He also worked and held many top positions with many companies in both United States and in Ghana.
In the year 2000, the vibrant businessman ventured into full-time politics, where he won the parliamentary seat for the Assin North constituency from January, 2000 till date as Member of Parliament.
Today, Adisadel College is proud to have Mr. Agyapong as one of their prominent alumni and have awarded him on three occasions. The NPP MP is also the founder and Chief Executive of numerous companies operating fully in Ghana. Ken is a married man with 14 children but with different women.
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