Conduct of Kennedy Agyapong, dishonorable; no pride in "honorable" title - Murtala Mohammed

Conduct of Kennedy Agyapong, dishonorable; no pride in "honorable" title - Murtala Mohammed

-An MP, Murtala Mohammed, has denounced his “honorable” title

- The NDC MP says utterances by Kennedy Agyapong dent the title

- Murtala Mohammed now wants to be called, “Comrade”

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The Member of Parliament for Tamale Central, Murtala Mohammed, says he regrets using “honorable” as a title of a parliamentarian.

The main opposition NDC legislator decried recent statements by a colleague MP, Kennedy Agyapong, calling for a journalist to be beaten over the Ejura Killings probe.

Conduct of Kennedy Agyapong, dishonorable; no pride in "honorable" title - Murtala Mohammed
Conduct of Kennedy Agyapong, dishonorable; no pride in "honorable" title - Murtala Mohammed
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Murtala Mohammed lamented that utterances as those from Kennedy Agyapong “ has dented the honorable title in Ghana” therefore calling on the public to rather call him “comrade”.

“I expect honorable to be absolutely honorable but the conduct of characters like Kennedy Agyapong is dishonorable and there is no pride wanted to be associated with the title,” he maintained.

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