Asiedu Nketia assures Kennedy Agyapong his business would not collapse under NDC

Asiedu Nketia assures Kennedy Agyapong his business would not collapse under NDC

Asiedu Nketia has assured Kennedy Agyapong that his businesses would not be under attack if and when the NDC came into power.

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However, the New Democratic Congress scribe, popularly known as “General Mosquito” added that this could only be possible if all Agyapong’s business ventures were licit.

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This revelation came close on the heels of Kennedy Agyapong expressing his outright contempt for how certain members of the party were treating him.

Asiedu Nketia

Asiedu Nketia

In the same vein, Kennedy stated that he would be put behind bars if the NDC came back into power.

Kennedy told Okay FM that he feared for his life if the New Patriotic Party (NPP) proved to be an ineffective party in government.

NPP's Kennedy Agyapong

NPP's Kennedy Agyapong

According to the legislator, the downfall of the NPP would mean his arrest and seizure of all his business holdings even if they did not the NDC would find a sinister way of shutting down his business.

He explained that he was ready to expose the wrongdoings of certain members of his party and not just the opposition party.

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