- Kennedy Agyapong has talked about his properties and 22 children
- The MP has disclosed that he is yet to share some of his properties to his children
- He made this known interview with Jot TV
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Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, has opened up about properties for his 22 children.
The maverick politician has always been boasting with the number of children he has at age 60.
Kennedy Agyapong, who is one of the richest men in Ghana, has revealed that he has not bequeathed some of his properties to his 22 children.
In a yet-to-be-aired interview on Joy TV, the lawmaker who doubles as a businessman, said he has already indicated to his children on who will get what after he dies.
However, he has reserved some particular ones in which the 22 children have to fight over after his demise.
"My properties are already in the midst of my children, but I have some which I am using to protect myself. When I die they should fight," he disclosed.
The outspoken MP also admitted to the difficulty he is having sharing the properties to his large family.
“I won’t give birth anymore. I have 22 children, and it’s no joke at all. I’m now focused on getting all of them properties to their name while I’m alive”.
Meanwhile, Reverend Obofour, the founder and leader of Anointed Palace Chapel (APC) who is known in real life as Francis Antwi, has thrown shots at Kennedy Agyapong.
This follows the MP's recent campaign to rid Ghana of what he describes as fake prophets and pastors who deceive people using the name of God.
In a new video, Obofour has described the things happening on Ken Agyapong's NET2 TV as rubbish and warned the presenter to call himself to order or have him deal with his boss.
According to Obofour, if the presenter dares him, he will deal with his boss (Ken Agyapong) both spiritually and physically and he will see where power lies
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