- Kennedy Agyapong has spoken about Rev. Obofour in a new video
- In the video, Kennedy Agyapong said social media users can't force him to do something he had not planned to do
- He said Obofour has not disrespected him in any way as compared to Obinim
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Assin Central MP, Kennedy Agyapong, has spoken for the first time after Rev. Obofour took a swipe at him.
The controversial MP, for the past weeks, has been exposing the alleged dirty acts of some self-acclaimed prophets in the country.
YEN.com.gh has seen a video of Kennedy Agyapong speaking about Rev. Obour.
As many thought, he will expose Rev. Obofour, the lawmaker made a sober statement.
According to him, there have been talks on social media that he will be exposing Obofour.
However, he has different agenda stressing that if you are a prophet and you do not disrespect him (Kennedy), he will have no issue with you.
Watch the video below:
Kennedy Agyapong then said social media users can't dictate to him what to do.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported how Obofour threw shots at Kennedy Agyapong.
In a video, Obofour described the things happening on Kennedy Agyapong's NET2 TV as rubbish and warned the presenter to call himself to order or have him deal with the MP.
According to Obofour, if the presenter dares him, he (Obofour) will deal with his boss (Kennedy Agyapong) both spiritually and physically and he will see where power lies.
“Let them dare…see I told you, people, that those people who have presenters and claim they are rich men and are fooling on TV stations I'll make them useless physically and spiritually”.
“If you think I'm bluffing, let him dare me and I'll expose their secrets. In Ghana, I fear nobody but I respect Ghana. That nonsense must stop”.
He further warned that he is going to expose Kennedy Agyapong.
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