NPP wants to disgrace me - Kennedy Agyapong

NPP wants to disgrace me - Kennedy Agyapong

- Kennedy Agyapong has said the NPP will collapse soon

- In a radio interview, the MP said greed and selfishness had infested the party

- He vowed to expose the "greedy and "selfish" people who he said were pursuing their own interest

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Kennedy Agyapong, the member of parliament for Assin-Central, has warned that greed and corruption some leading members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) will cause the party to collapse soon.

NPP wants to disgrace me - Kennedy Agyapong

Kennedy Agyapong

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In a fiery speech on Accra-based Asempa FM on Thursday, Agyapong said some members of the were reaping where they had not sown.

He said he had not received a single contract from the government, despite his contribution to the NPP's electoral victory in 2016.

He said some members of the NPP had warned him to either keep his mouth shut or forget about getting a contract.

"...the way I am angry... the NPP will collapse soon. They have vowed to disgrace me and I will disgrace them first," he fired angrily on the radio programme.

Agyapong vowed to disgrace what he called greedy and selfish elements in the NPP, who he said were pursuing their own interest.

He said he would not longer honour invitations for meetings from people within the party, irrespective of their status.

The MP accused the NPP of sitting unconcerned while the reputation of Alfred Obeng Boateng, the managing director of BOST was damaged.

He said the BOOST boss was innocent of the allegations that he sold contaminated fuel to an unregistered company, Movenpiina.

Ayapong said a cabal within BOOST was working to get rid of Boateng because he was preventing them from engaging in corrupt deals at the company.

He said the cabal offered to give Boateng $1 million if he could sell the contaminated fuel to them, but the MD refused.

The MP said if Boateng was fired, that would mark the beginning of the end of the NPP.

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