- Kennedy Agyapong has revealed that he is building Africa’s biggest cold store
- The facility’s capacity is 31,000 tone
- He said he wants to change the lives of Ghanaians with the facility
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Business mogul and politician, Kennedy Agyapong, is building Africa’s biggest cold store.
The Assin Central lawmaker made the disclosure on the ‘Attitude’ show on his Net2 television.
“I’m building the biggest cold store in Africa, not in Ghana but Africa,” the owner of Kencity Group of Companies was quoted as saying in a report sighted on Ghanaweb.
According to the vociferous lawmaker, the cold store’s capacity is 31,000-tone.
“There is one in Angola which is 30,000. If you think I’m bragging, I will show you the location. I’m doing a lot of work but want to complete it before I put it in the public domain,” he stressed.
He said he desires to make a “difference in society.”
In an earlier YEN.com.gh report, Kennedy Agyapong lamented that Ghanaians are now living like slaves in their own country.
According to him, foreigners have taken over the whole country due to the wickedness and horrible attitude on the part of some Ghanaians.
He said the level of dishonesty has become so high in Ghana, where the leaders have also become theorists without being practical.
Agyapong made these lamentations on his Net 2 Television, according to a report seen by YEN.com.gh on Ghanaweb.com.
He added that there is a canker that needs to be addressed but it is not.
“There is a canker in this country and I think we should begin to discuss it. We’ve become theorists and we always mount on ancient platitudes. We talk a lot but we are not being practical,” he said angrily.
Agyapong’s words are coming at a time that a section of Ghanaians complained of hardship and that things are not going in the right way.
In other news, Counsel for Akuapem Poloo has applied for bail pending appeal, YEN.com.gh has gathered.
Andrew Kudzo Vortia filed the notice for the appeal and application for bail on Monday, April 19, 2021, Starr News reported.
On Wednesday, April 14, Poloo was convicted by an Accra Circuit Court after she pleaded guilty to the charges of publishing obscene material with two counts of domestic violence over posting a nude photo of her son in 2020.
She was sentenced to three months in jail for those charges on Friday, April 16.
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Source: Yen Newspaper