Kennedy Agyapong reveals assasins warned to kill him on Thursday, January 21, 2021

Kennedy Agyapong reveals assasins warned to kill him on Thursday, January 21, 2021

- The Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, has raised alarm on a possible murder

- He said he got a call from an unknown number threatening to kill him on Thursday, January 21, 2021

- Agyapong said the person threatened that there will be an attack on his whole family on that dawn

- The MP has dared the assassins, saying that they can bring the fight on because he is not moving an inch from his house

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The MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, has revealed that he has been warned of a pending attack on him and his family.

He said he had a call from an unknown person with a strange number warning him that by Thursday, January 21, 2021, he will be assassinated together with his family.

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Agyapong said the caller told him in plain words that he has less than 48 hours to live on earth.

Kennedy Agyapong Reveals Assasins warned to kill him on Thursday

Kennedy Agyapong. Photo credit: @adomonline.com
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He was reportedly speaking via a telephone interview on his Net 2 Television, according to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Ghanaweb.com.

A fearful Agyapong said he quickly made a prayer to God to change the heart of the assassins so that his life and that of the family would be saved.

He is hopeful that he will live and look back on this day by the next year if God grants him victory against those plotting to kill him.

Agyapong, however, despite the prayers, said he has put measures in place to ensure that he and his family are well protected in his house.

He noted that he was not taking the threat lightly at all, and so whatever he must do to ensure maximum protection, he will do it.

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He also dared the assassins to “bring the fight on” because he is very ready for them, stressing that he is not leaving his house to go anywhere else.

I am on high alert because they can come at any time. Let them come, I will be waiting for them,” Agyapong reportedly said.

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They have given reasons why the president need everyone’s support.

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