I didn't want Obinim or others to take the glory that is why I kept my COVID-19 infection a secret - Ken Agyapong

I didn't want Obinim or others to take the glory that is why I kept my COVID-19 infection a secret - Ken Agyapong

- Kennedy Agyapong has opened up about why he decided to keep his COVID-19 status away from the public

- He said he kept his infection and recovery from the public because he did not want Bishop Obinim or any fake prophet to take credit for it

- Kennedy Agyapong said he is always three steps ahead of all the fake pastors he has been exposing

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Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, appears not to have finished with Bishop Daniel Obinim and the rest of the fake pastors he has been exposing.

Kennedy Agyapong and Obinim

Kennedy Agyapong and Obinim Photo credit: Modified by author
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The firebrand politician has stated he decided to keep his COVID-19 infection and recovery a secret from the public because he did not want any of the fake prophets he has been exposing to say they are responsible for it.

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In an interview on Asempa FM that was monitored by YEN.com.gh, Kennedy Agyapong said he did not want Obinim or any of the fake prophets coming to say they prophesied about his health.

If it had come out that I’m Covid-positive, the likes of Obinim would have said that they prophesied it. I want to prove to everybody that you can fall sick and recover without going to any pastor.

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Kennedy Agyapong disclosed that though he feared he was going to die when he got the deadly virus, he was not prepared to see any pastor for healing because they do not have any divine cure.

He disclosed that COVID-19 has taught him a painful lesson that has humbled him.

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He urged all Ghanaians to adhere to the safety protocols and wear masks at all times to protect themselves from the deadly virus.

YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Kennedy Agyapong, has responded to a distress call from a group of Ghanaians who are stranded in Lebanon.

A video went viral showing some Ghanaians - mostly women - pleading with the government to help them get back to Ghana from Lebanon.

The Ghanaians were seen standing in their numbers at the Ghanaian embassy in Lebanon saying they are going through hardship in that country and want to come back home.

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