- Sources say Kennedy Agyapong has provided convincing corruption evidence to CID
- Reports say his evidence is overwhelming in nature to prove his allegations
It is emerging that the Member of Parliament for Assin Central Constituency, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has supplied a convincing evidence to the Criminal Department of Ghana Police Service to back his corruption allegations against the NPP.
A report put up by kasapafmonline.com indicates that the outspoken politician has today succeeded in providing an overwhelming evidence to indict some top NPP members within the Flagstaff House.
The report claimed that a close source within the Headquarters of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), has disclosed that the Assin Central legislator provided details of series of evidence of what he believes were some rots which is likely to bring down President Akufo-Addo’s young administration within the Flagstaff House.
The MP who has made series of corruption allegations against some NPP members in the past, earlier this week resurfaced to back musician A Plus over similar comments he has made against Akufo-Addo’s two deputy Chiefs of Staff.
A Plus’s recent outburst against the two presidential staffers have earned him an unusual invitation by the CID, together with Kennedy Agyapong for further questioning.
The controversial musician has made several damning corruption allegations, alleging that Abu Jinapor and Francis Asenso-Boakye extort over GHc10, 000 from people before arranging for a meeting with President Akufo-Addo.
However, Kennedy Agyapong has back A Plus’ claims, insisting that Mr. Jinapor and Asenso Boakye are not the only corrupt NPP officials surrounding the President.
Mr Agyapong has lamented in a media interview that he had party bigwigs calling on him to back down with his attacks on NPP when he first raised the corruption alarm, but same people keep coming back to him to complain about similar incidence.
“I was there and these same people called me back to tell me that they wanted to have access to the president and they were asked to pay $20,000 before a meeting can be arranged between them and the president, why should it be so,” Kennedy Agyapong maintained.
Meanwhile, the Director of Communications at the Presidency, Eugen Arhin has told Starr FM in Accra that the CID invitation to musician A Plus and Kennedy Agyapong is part of President Akufo-Addo’s measures to deal with corruption within his administration.
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