- Kennedy Agyapong has responded to Majority Leader Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu's criticism over Anas' video
- Agyapong has warned the Majority Leader that he will be disgraced after evidence is brought against Anas
- The Majority Leader had dared Agyapong to produce evidence of corruption against Anas or shut up
The Assin Central Member of Parliament (MP), Kennedy Agyapong has issued a stern warning to the Majority Leader in Parliament, Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu over his brouhaha with investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas.
According to Ken Agyapong, the Majority Leader should refrain from attacking him (Agyapong) over his crusade on Anas because he does know the information he (Agyapong) has on Anas.
"Do you know what I have? If he dares me, he will be disgraced. I am telling Kyei-Mensah that if he follows Anas, he will be disgraced because I will bring evidence," he said.
Ken Agyapong's statement comes in the wake of the Majority Leader's criticism of the Assin Central MP over his attacks on Anas.
Ken Agyapong has been on a mission to expose Anas since excerpts of his latest investigative piece, 'Number 12', became public.
The MP who believes Anas' methods unfair has on several occasions described Anas as a corrupt and evil person who entraps and induces people to do bad things and films it to shame them while making a fortune out of it.
While sharing his thought on the development, the Majority Leader dared Kennedy Agyapong to provide evidence to back his claims that investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, is corrupt.
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According to him, Mr Agyapong is alone in this “fight” against Anas and must desist from making “unpalatable” comments about the undercover journalist if he has no proof.
"Kennedy Agyapong is not an angel. Kennedy is on his own in this fight against Anas,” Mr Mensah-Bonsu.
“Ken Agyapong has been advised several times to desist from making unpalatable comments about Anas and rather prove with facts if he has anything against him.
“This is because Anas’ method of investigation in his latest work on corruption in football administration is no different from previous works,” the Majority Leader reportedly stated in an interview on Kumasi-based Oyerapa FM.
But speaking on Oman FM, Ken Agyapong stated that the Majority Leader should be careful with his utterances because he (Agyapong) was no small boy and the Majority Leader was wrong to have made those statements.
He pointed out that the best thing Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu should have done was to contact him if he thought there was something wrong.
Ken Agyapong thus warned that though he respects Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu, he will not hesitate to direct his anger at him if he brings himself.
"After all, he is not more than me and I don't fear him. Yes, he is older than me but he is not more accomplished than I am," he angrily stated.
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