- Member of Parliament for Assin Central has talked about the state of his health and why he was away from the media space for some time
- Kennedy Ohene Agyapong said he had to undergo surgery to remove a tumor that was growing in his brain
- He said the tumor was identified after he went for a CT scan when he slipped and fell in his bathroom
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The Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has for the first time opened up about the state of his health and why he went missing in action for some time.
According to him, he underwent brain surgery in the United States of America (USA), to remove a tumor hidden there.
The Assin North MP said the surgery cost him US$283,000 to remove a tumor.
Ken Agyapong however, denied reports that he had a stroke and was recovering from it.
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In a report filed by 3news.com.gh, Agyapong said he slipped and fell in the bathroom and knocked the right side of his head on the ground.
He said says later, he experienced severe continuous headaches for about five days and decided to go for a check-up only for a tumor to be detected on the left side of his brain, which had been there for some time.
He added that he had to travel to the USA for further checks, which confirmed the tumor in the left side.
According to him, doctors advised him to remove the computer-mouse-sized tumor which had been there for months, before it would become cancerous.
Video And photo of Ken Agyapong pop up from America After stroke rumours
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Kennedy Agyapong had been spotted in a new photo and video from America.
The photo shows Ken Agyapong standing and posing with smiles with three other people.
Among them was Hello/Peace FM news reporter Samson K. Nyamekye.
Kennedy Agyapong has been spotted in a new photo and video from America.
The photo shows Ken Agyapong standing and posing with smiles with three other people. Among them was Hello/Peace FM news reporter Samson K. Nyamekye.
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