- Kennedy Agyapong says he will help NDC to reclaim all state properties grabbed under Akufo-Addo
- He made the pledge while recounting his painful ordeal at the Lands Commission
- He says he is being denied access to a land he bought legitimately
Maverick Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, has vowed to assist a future NDC administration to reclaim all the state lands looted by members of his party, the governing NPP.
“I will personally assist the NDC and show them all the state lands that you bought for them to reclaim it,” he promised on Monday, April 26, 2021, on his Net2 television.
Agyapong during his appearance on the television network told of his challenges in accessing a plot of land he bought due to machinations at Lands Commission.
“Note that the NPP will not be in power forever,” he warned, adding in a startling revelation that members of the governing power are using the mandate reposed in them by Ghanaians to “grab properties.”
“NDC will use the same power to reclaim those properties from you,” Agyapong foretold.
In other news reported on YEN.com.gh, Agyapong further sent a strong warning to 'man of God' Francis Antwi, popularly known as Reverend Obofour.
In his latest appearance on his NET2 TV on Monday, April 26, 2021, he cautioned Obofour to be careful or get exposed by him.
According to the MP, Obofour met him and discussed a lot of things with him and he will not hesitate to bring their conversation out.
"Obofour you have to be careful else I will reveal everything you told me because you cannot continue deceiving vulnerable people to amass wealth," he warned.
Away from Ken Agyapong, Lydia Forson says she is not enthused with the performance of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo one bit.
The award-winning screen goddess in the latest tweet sighted by YEN.com.gh expressed serious concerns with the Akufo-Addo administration's mediocre performance since taking over in 2017.
“My biggest frustration with this government is that for years they sold themself as the solution to all of Ghana’s problems- but see,” she wrote.
Acknowledging the administration has had some policies, she added: “But you didn’t promise us average, you promised EXCEPTIONAL?!! So what happened?”
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