Kennedy Agyapong dancing to 'Obiaa wone master' drops after Obinim's apology

Kennedy Agyapong dancing to 'Obiaa wone master' drops after Obinim's apology

- Kennedy Agyapong, Assin Central's MP has popped up in a video dancing seriously to Stonebwoy's 'Obiaa wone master'

- This comes on the back of Obinim's apology to the MP after trading in a war of words

- A beef between Obinim and Kennedy has protracted for a while, evolving from one phase to another

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A video of Hon Kennedy Agyapong, the Member of Parliament for the Assin Central Constituency's dancing to Stonebwoy's song in a video has dropped amidst his beef with Obinim.

This comes on the back of Obinim, the Head Bishop of International God’s Way Church's apology to the Member of Parliament over some insults.

It is indicated that the beef between the MP and the bishop started after the Assin Central legislator called Obinim a name he regarded offensive and started to insult the MP too.

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The squabble between the two prominent individuals in Ghana began to evolve into different phases as each one tried to defame the other.

Kennedy Agyapong's jabs have appeared to be turning into serious 'missiles' too destructive for Obinim as he recently released a video of Obinim with his side girlfriend.

Obinim came up to say that he is sorry for insulting the MP and apologized heartily, after which Kennedy's video dancing to Stonebwoy's 'Obiaa wone master' surfaced, causing a stir on social media.

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It appears that the video of the MP dancing was taken at an NPP rally that was held earlier.

In other news, Tarek Minkara, a 61-year-old Lebanese who was resident in Kumasi and died of coronavirus or COVID-19 shortly after returning to the country has been buried in a video.

According to Ghanaweb.com, this is in line with the 61-year-old's religion and custom as a Muslim which mandates that the deceased are buried shortly after their passing.

In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the deceased Lebanese was transported to the grave with an ambulance as the people in charge carefully put on protective wears to keep themselves fully shielded.

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