- NPP MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, says a Ga woman he once dated gave him broken heart
- He said the lady left him after he became poor for spending all his money on politics in 1992
- Agyapong said the lady loves money so much and he is happy she left even though it was hard for him at the initial stage
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Assin Central Member of Parliament, Kennedy Agyapong, has revealed that he nearly died of heartbreak from a Ga woman he once dated in 1992.
According to him, the woman left after he was reduced to nothing financially because the NPP lost the 1992 elections.
Agyapong explained that he spent all the money he had on the NPP, hoping that he would get something back if the party should win power, however, his expectations were not met.
This was gathered by YEN.com.gh in a report sighted on Ghanacelebrities.com.
For this reason, the woman said she could not continue with the relationship without money and asked to leave him.
The MP said it was a bad time for him because he really was in love with the lady. This, he said, nearly killed him as he suffered severe heartbreak.
“I nearly went into drugs just to get the money to keep my lady and satisfy her,” Ken Agyapong reportedly said.
Many years after the incident, Ken Agyapong has looked back with pride saying it is even better the lady left him because she loved money too much.
He added that though she thought that was his end, he is here now making more and more money.
Meanwhile, Ken Agyapong has been named as one of Ghana’s richest businessmen.
He is one of NPP financiers, a titled meant only for those who are exceptionally rich.
YEN.com.gh recently published the over 10 companies and businesses owned by the Assin Central MP.
He currently has over 20 children with different women including Dome-Kwabenya MP Adwoa Safo.
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