- Kennedy Agyapong says Asiedu Nketia can't pay back the $200 the NDC chief borrowed from him
- The MP says he has forgiven Asiedu Nketia and won't chase him around for the cash
The New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament for Assin Central constituency, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, has disclosed that he will not pursue the general secretary of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketia, over a $200 debt.
According to a Mynewsgh.com report, the NPP MP is accusing Mr Nketia for refusing to pay him back some $200 he borrowed from him years back to pay his electricity bills.
The report says Mr Agyapong who was speaking on Accra-based Asempa FM revealed that he had forgiven the top NDC man for failing to repay his debt.
“I have forgiven him and I am not ready to take that money back. Someone who comes to borrow money to pay electricity bills and he talks and Ghanaians listen, it is a pity. You get up and accuse Nana Addo of putting Ghana on sale because of a military agreement with US. These small boys in NDC should shut up,” the MP said.
He also added that, “I know all of them and will expose them one after the other. When I hear Ghanaians listen to him, I get nausea because such a person is useless”.
Though the NPP MP did not give much details on when the Mr Nketia called on him to borrow the $200, he insisted, “I won’t bother taking my money from him because I know he cannot pay.”
It is not clear what has triggered Mr Agyapong’s latest attack on the top ranking member of the NDC.
However, an audio making rounds on various social media platforms suggests that his latest outburst is as a result of comments Asiedu Nketia made that the arrest of his deputy, Koku Anyidoho, as “much ado about nothing.”
Mr Agyapong in his radio interaction allegedly threatened to blow the cover of all former NDC appointees who looted from the state and invested their loot in South Africa, the United Arab Emirate and USA.
The NPP firebrand further called on the Akufo-Addo administration to speed up the prosecution of past corrupt NDC appointees.
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