- Kennedy Agyapong has stated he was the first to view the murder scene of the late JB Danquah Addo
- The Assin-Central MP has also debunked claims of JB's widow being at the crime scene of her late husband's murder
- Ivy Heward-Mills had earlier written an open letter condemning the entire killing of her late husband
Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, has revealed that he was the first to access the crime scene of JB Danquah Adu's murder.
According to MyNews.com.gh, Kennedy Agyapong had stated that he was called by a police officer who informed him of the murder of the deceased member of parliament.
Contrary to claims that J.B's wife was present during the murder, Kennedy Agyapong argued that it was only the sister who was around at the time the crime scene was cordoned off.
“I have called the police officer. I met him. Because if today Kweku Baako is saying I was the first at the murder scene, he (the police officer) is the one who invited me.” Ken Agyapong said in an interview monitored on Adom TV.
From missing autopsy reports to witnesses recanting their testimonies after being intimidated from some quarters, a new twist has now emerged in the ongoing trial over the gruesome assassination of the late NPP MP J.B Danquah Adu.
Widow of the late JB Danquah Adu has attributed her husband's death to the machinations of some powerful forces of the New Patriotic Party (NPP). According to Ivy Heward-Mills, her husband could have chalked his 53rd birthday "if those filthy disgusting ogres had not made a decision to have his life terminated".
YEN.com.gh reported on that revealing open letter she penned down on to commemorate her late husband's 53rd birthday.
The death of Joseph Boakye Danquah-Adu (JB Danquah) may have been a pain of the past but not for his closest family as they are calling for fresh investigations into his shocking assassination.
The family of the late Member of Parliament, at a press conference, called on the government to bring all conspirators of the murder to book.
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