Kennedy Agyapong humbles himself; apologizes to judge

Kennedy Agyapong humbles himself; apologizes to judge

- Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, has apologized for his verbal attacks on the Chief justice, judges and the Magistrates Association of Ghana

- His apology comes after he was invited by the judges

- He said upon sober reflection, he realised that his expression about the court, opinion was harsh

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Member of Parliament for the Assin Central constituency, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, has apologized for his verbal attacks on the Chief justice, judges and the Magistrates Association of Ghana.

His apology comes after he was invited by the judges to explain why he should not be punished for contempt of court.

The apology which was published in the dailies, as sighted by YEN.com.gh on 3news.com, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong explained his reason for the outburst at the judges.

Kennedy Agyapong humbles himself; apologizes to judge

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“Subsequent to the suit, an order was made against me without my knowledge which made me very furious and angry thus causing me to express my dismay and anger towards the court order on a live, television programme called ‘The Seat’ on Net 2 Television station on the 2nd day of September,. 2020,” he explained.

He said upon sober reflection, he realised that his expression about the court, opinion was harsh.

"... thus I find it necessary to rend, unqualified apology without any reservation whatsoever to the Honorable Chief Justice, Judges an, Magistrates and any individual who have been offended by my uncomplimentary comments,” he wrote

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In other news, Member of Parliament for Assin Central constituency, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, bared his teeth at former President John Dramani Mahama for saying he would legalise commercial motorbikes, popularly known as Okada.

In a report filed by Pulse.com.gh, Kennedy Agyapong said the promise to legalise Okada after he (Mahama) wins the December polls, reveals how visionless the NDC flagbearer is.

According to him, most of the graduates who by no fault of theirs became Okada riders wouldn’t have opted for that if there were better employment opportunities.

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