- Kennedy Agyapong has taken a swipe at his fellow politicians by claiming that the rich ones were all thieves
- The outspoken MP who was speaking in an interview on GTV indicated that his name could be found among the lot
- He indicated that his colleagues came into office with nothing but leave owning mansions and other properties
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Long-serving Ghanaian parliamentarian, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, has jabbed Ghanaian politicians who come into public office just to enrich themselves.
While speaking in an interview on Ghana Television (GTV) and sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the outspoken politician stated categorically that all rich politicians are thieves.
His premise for the statement stemmed from the fact that many politicians enter into public office with close to no property but leave office owning mansions and other properties.
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Kennedy Agyapong added that many politicians should be assessed by their possession before coming into power.
When asked if he was also a thief, Kennedy Agyapong said the fact that he was a politician, he could be added to the last of thieving politicians.
He went on to add that the provision that requires Ghanaians gunning for political office to declare their assets was "rubbish" because it was only theoretical and not practical.
The controversial politician said that many of these politicians are "naturally born bad" therefore their 'get rich quick' attitudes.
Kennedy Agyapong slams Adwoa Safo for neglecting her job as an MP
Earlier, the Member of Parliament for Assin Central jabbed fellow parliamentarian for Dome-Kwabenya, Adwoa Safo.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, Kennedy Agyapong was heard saying that Adwoa Safo had failed in life.
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While speaking in an interview on the Breakfast Show which airs on GTV, Kennedy Agyapong said Adwoa Safo had neglected her duties as a parliamentarian and rather spent all her time on Tik Tok.
UT boss Kofi Amoabeng shows off dance moves at plush 70th birthday party
Meanwhile, popular Ghanaian businessman and founder of defunct UT Bank Kofi Amoabeng has been spotted in a video showing off some classic dance moves on his birthday today.
In a new video sighted by YEN.com.gh on Instagram, the businessman was seen dancing to a popular local gospel song at a gathering.
It is believed that the gathering was a party held for the former UT Bank CEO on the occasion of his 70th birthday today, February 22, 2022.
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