- Kennedy Agyapong is angry at Ghanaians for not according due respect to legislators
- According to him, Ghanaians respect ‘people who carry toilet’ than MPs
- He said this is because they fear the consequences that may result if they fail to obey them
Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, is not enthused about the disrespect accorded legislators in Ghana for fear the consequences that may result if they fail to obey them.
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Agyapong said Ghanaians respect ‘people who carry toilet’ than MPs because they fear the consequences that may result if they fail to obey them.
He said in spite of the hustle and bustle they go through to get elected to represent their own people, MPs are the least respected in Ghana.
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“Let’s be honest, MP and assemblyman are two stupid jobs in this country, people do not respect any of these people. Ghanaians tend to respect people who carry toilets than MPs and assemblymen all because they know they will face dire consequences when they mock such people,” he said.
Speaking on Net 2 TV, the Assin Central MP blamed their predicament on the late release of the District Assembly Common Fund.
Ken Agyapong stressed that it blocks them from undertaking developmental projects in their constituencies and satisfy the insatiable quest of their constituents.
In other news, Okyenhene, Osagyefuo Amoatia Ofori Panin II is pushing for government to decentralize by ensuring that each of the 16 regions in Ghana has at least one ministry.
According to the paramount chief of the Akyem Abuakwa area, it is only when government is able to spread the ministries evenly across the 16 regions that Ghana will develop properly and also boost development.
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