- Kennedy Agyapong’s first son, Kenneth Takyi Agyapong, has opened up about his relationship with his father
- The son of the MP revealed that his father is very strict and does not compromise on principles regarding corruption
- Kenneth sat for an interview on the Dentaa show
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Kennedy Agyapong’s first son, Kenneth Takyi Agyapong, has said his father is a disciplinarian with high ethical standards who would not compromise on principles regarding corruption.
The founder of the Afrochella festival, an event organised yearly every December in Ghana to project African Art, in a new viral video opened up about his father's persona.
Speaking on the Dentaa show, the politician and business titan’s son revealed how his father had asked an immigration officer to charge him any penalties required after he had overstayed his visa.
Kenneth explained that in his first visit to Ghana from the US in 2014, he unknowingly overstayed his visa and got stranded at the airport upon departure.
He revealed that after interacting with an immigration officer, he disclosed that had to call his dad for assistance.
According to Kenneth, his father, Ken Agyapong, after speaking to both the Immigration officer andhim, asked the officer to charge him (Kenneth).
Kenneth said he had to pay $500 as a penalty before he was allowed to get on his flight.
He mentioned that his dad would be the last person to abuse his position and power.
He emphasised that the Ghanaian MP is strict and a disciplinarian.
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In other stories, YEN.com.gh previously reported that the Managing Director of the State Transport Company (STC), Nana Akomea, has celebrated his beautiful wife, Eno Akua Awuah-Kyerematen, as she turned a new age.
With a heartfelt message, Akomea eulogised his young wife along with her stunning images to mark her birthday.
The former Communications Director of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) rightfully acknowledged that birthdays are massive milestones for many which ought to be celebrated in grand style.
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