Kennedy Agyapong: Meet Moira Dawson-Williams, mother of MP's daughter Anell

Kennedy Agyapong: Meet Moira Dawson-Williams, mother of MP's daughter Anell

Kennedy Agyapong and one of his daughters, Anell Agyapong have been trending on social media in the past few days.

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This follows recent revelations by the Assin Central MP that Anell had dropped out of the university after so much money was spent on her.

According to him, Anell dropped out of the California Institue of Technology after spending three years in her five-year programme in Architecture.

In an interview on Oman FM, Ken Agyapong asserted that Anell had gone wayward and her wayward lifestyle had turned her into a beggar.

The statements by Ken Agyapong did not please Anell's mother who took to social media to blast the MP.

In a Facebook live video, the embittered mother spoke at length about Ken Agyapong and challenged him to allow all his 21 other children go through a test.

Following her appearance on social many are those who have become curious about Anell's mother and would want to know more.

YEN.com.gh has dug around and found a few photos and details about Anell's mother who can be described as Ken Agyapong's ex-girlfriend.

Anell's mother is called Moira Dawson-Williams aka Araba.

She is a Fante, as the name suggests, who hails from the Saltpond area in the Central region.

Moira was born on February 1, 1972, meaning she is 48-years-old now.

She gave birth to Anell on July 4, 1994, when she was 22 years old.

Moira is a product of the Archbishop Portor's Girls Polytechnic in Cape Coast.

She lived in New Albany in Ohio in the United States.

From what YEN.com.gh gathers, she has other children.

Meanwhile, more beautiful photos and details of Kennedy Agyapong's daughter have popped up online.

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