- Kennedy Agyapong's has opened up about his daughter's apology to him
- According to the MP, he will not fall for her apology
- He said he will rather spend money on 'ashawos' than to pay his daughter's school fees
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Assin Central MP, KennedyAgyapong, has reacted to his daughter's touching apology on Father's Day.
According to the politician, he is not ready to forgive his daughter, Anell, for bringing him so much shame.
During a live interview on Atinka TV monitored and monitored by YEN.com.gh, Kennedy Agyapong said his daughter's apology is a bait to lure him to pay her fees.
Watch the video below:
Kennedy Agyapong stressed that he will not fall for her daughter's apology.
“I don’t understand what forgiveness means. What is forgiveness? Let people learn from their mistakes. If she has realized how the world, she has a life to live. What else? If it’s about me paying the tuition fee, I won’t.”
“I’d rather use the money on a prostitute who has HIV/AIDS and contract the disease than pay her tuition fee. Because before I die of AIDS, I’d have satisfaction,” he remarked.
YEN.com.gh previously reported how Anell issued an unqualified apology to Kennedy Agyapong for disrespecting him.
Anell indicated she has stopped being a bad daughter and has now changed her ways for the better.
Anell prayed that her father would find her worthy as a daughter, have mercy and help deliver her from herself.
"My waywardness has become the cause of your ridicule, which can tarnish your integrity and image, and I implore your forgiveness. I've made better choices now and will continue to.
"Please Daddy, if one day you still find me worthy as your daughter, kindly have mercy on me and deliver me from myself. Love Always, Anell," she wrote as she shared a photo with her father.
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