- Residents of Bole have called on local gods to strike down Hon. Kennedy Osei Agyapong
- The residents have alleged that Kennedy Agyapong is using state institutions to further a personal agenda against Ibrahim Mahama
- Hon. Kennedy Agyapong recent said if Ibrahim Mahama wasnt jailed he would kill himself
Residents of Bole, former president Mahama hometown, have called on their local deities to strike down the Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Hon. Kennedy Ohene Agyapong.
According to the residents involved, recent “threates” the Assin Central legislator made to the effect that he would take his own life if former president John Mahama’s brother, Ibrahim, was not jailed indicates the presence of deep-seated contempt against Mr. Ibrahim Mahama.
The General Manager of Bole Nkilgi FM, who also happens to be a close friend of former President John Mahama, alleged Bole Gods “will soon strike him” [Ken Agyapong] for using state institutions in order to further his own personal agenda against the former president’s brother.
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Mr. Haruna, speaking on Accra based Okay FM, related that many denominations including Christians, Muslims, and traditionalists were all interceding for Mr. Mahama, adding that “the gods of Bole” were always available to come to the aid of any local being wrongfully persecuted.
“I will not be surprised to hear the gods of Bole have struck dead Kennedy Agyepong because it is clear he is the person behind the predicament of Ibrahim Mahama”, he stated.
“It is envy, jealousy and even witchcraft that will make a person, hate his fellow man with a passion to the extent of threatening to take his life, just to see that person go to jail. You (Kennedy) are not an officer of GRA and so why are you frustrating our man? We are aware that Kennedy Agyapong is behind this issue. He is even more powerful than Nana Addo and that is why he has ordered EOCO to investigate our beloved son”. He alleged.
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