- Kennedy Agyapong's Escalade SUV has been involved in a crash on Wednesday, 22 July 2020
- The MP's car was hit by a Metro Mass Transit bus while in traffic around the Nsawam toll booth
- The hit left the SUV with scratches and got the MP furious after the bus driver tried to run
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Assin Central Member of Parliament (MP) Kennedy Agyapong has been involved in a minor car crash today, 22 July 2020.
The incident, YEN.com.gh has gathered, had Ken Agyapong's Escalade being hit by a Metro Mass Transit (MMT) bus.
The hit left the Assin Central MP's posh car dented with very visible scratches on the right front side.
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According to an eyewitness who shared photos and videos from the scene, the incident which happened at the Nsawam toll booth created a scene.
The driver had did not know it was the MP driving the expensive Escalade and had wanted to bolt but Ken Agyapong got down and started ranting.
Later, policemen arrived at the scene and even tried to seize phones to delete photos and videos onlookers were taking.
It must be noted that no one was hurt apart from the scratch on the Escalade.
See the photos below:
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Here is the video:
The incident comes a little over one month after the Assin Central MP celebrated his 60th birthday with family and friends.
As previously reported by YEN.com.gh, a private birthday party held in honour of Kennedy Agyapong.
Meanwhile, the NPP MP recently revealed that he tested positive for the deadly Coronavirus (COVID-19) after his birthday celebrations.
In a radio interview, Ken Agyapong revealed that he suspected he contracted the virus on his 60th birthday on June 16.
The NPP stalwart further stated that has since recovered after testing negative for the disease and thus joined the campaign against stigmatisation of persons who have COVID-19 or have recovered from the virus.
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