Kennedy Agyapong's daughter Amanda drops photos, videos of her beautiful sisters

Kennedy Agyapong's daughter Amanda drops photos, videos of her beautiful sisters

- Photos and videos of Kennedy Agyapong's daughters have popped up online

- The photos and videos were shared by one of the Agyapong daughters, Amanda

Assin Central Member of Parliament Kennedy Agyapong is known for his vociferous and controversial nature.

While the MP has been known for all the political controversies, not much was known about his family except the fact that he was married to Stella Wilson and had children outside of his marriage.

Recently, Ken Agyapong he revealed in an interview that he had a total of 13 children with many of them born out wedlock.

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As earlier reported by, one of the children is a beautiful young woman called Amanda Agyapong who photos have been trending since our publication.

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But it looks like, Agyapong and his family is blessed many more fine girls apart from Amanda as she took to social media to flaunt her sisters.

In videos and photos shared by Amanda and sighted by, she was seen in the midst of six other beautiful ladies wearing the same fabric in different styles.

The photos and videos of the seven beautiful girls, has gathered, were taken at the 2018 Afrochella festival held in Accra.

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"The Agyapong Sisters @agy_sisters #afrochella2018 #africangirlskillingit #ghana #blackgirlmagic," Amanda captioned the post.

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