Kennedy Agyapong finally breaks silence on why he was 'minding his business' in parliament

Kennedy Agyapong finally breaks silence on why he was 'minding his business' in parliament

- Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has been trending on social media for minding his own business on the floor of parliament

- He has finally broken his silence on why he was silent in parliament during the scuffle

- According to him, he had intelligence report that members of the NDC had planned to “destroy” the inauguration and swearing-in of Akufo-Addo

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Th Member of Parliament(MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has been trending on social media for minding his own business when the floor of parliament was turned into a battlefield

He was spotted sitting down quietly supporting his chin with his arms whilst the incidents unfolded.

Known to be a trouble maker, to the amazement of many, he rather chose to separate fights on the floor of parliament instead of participating in it.

Kennedy Agyapong has finally broken his silence on why he was silent in parliament during the scuffle.

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Kennedy Agyapong finally breaks silence on why he was 'minding his business' in parliament

MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong
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According to him, he had intelligence report that members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) had planned to “destroy” the inauguration and swearing-in of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

He added that that explained why the NDC MP's put up that attitude on the floor of Parliament Thursday dawn.

"I didn't want to destroy Akufo-Addo's swearing-in that is why I sat down quietly and observed the NDC members," Agyapong said in a radio interview on Oman FM.

Kennedy Agyapong further revealed that the game plan was to intentionally delay the process, for it to affect the swearing-in and inauguration of President Akufo-Addo.

He said some NPP members have an unforgivable attitude and so in a way, what happened was a “punishment” for the party.

He added that he was not the one to go and destroy Akufo-Addo’s swearing-in by retaliating to what members of the NDC were doing.

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“We [NPP] could have fought,” but it would have dragged and affected the swearing-in of MPs-Elect and eventually the President and his Vice-President's.

He said he was seen not participating in the chaotic scenes because his mantra was for peace so he would not do anything to mar the peace on such an occasion.

In other news, NPP MP, Samuel Atta Akyea also expressed disappointment in whoever voted against the NPP's nomination, Professor Mike Ocquaye.

According to him, the person who did that, would be fished out and disciplined.

He added that the person who happens to the black cat, did not act like a true member of the ruling NPP.

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