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Mother of ‘drug addict’ daughter of Ken Agyapong leaks more secrets; draws in Akufo-Addo


Ex-fiance of Assin Central Member of Parliament, Kennedy Agyapong continues to reveal deep-held secrets of the following the open accusations that her daughter is into drugs.

Just when all thought her outburst on Monday was the end of it, she has revealed how the businessman threatened to leave the New Patriotic Party (NPP) if President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo intervened in his issues with his drug-addicted daughter.

Kennedy Agyapong while being celebrated by his employees revealed that he has a daughter who is a drug addict and a prostitute and that after paying $42,000 for fees at School of Architecture, his daughter called him while he was on an aeroplane to China to tell him she has dropped out of school.

The maverick politician said he decided to leave his daughter’s life into her hands since she has decided to go wayward although she is very intelligent.

But in a video of her mother reacting to Kennedy Agyapong’s claims, she said she called on the President of Ghana when he [Kennedy Agyapong] had issues his daughter but Kennedy Agyapong threatened to leave the NPP if the then Candidate Akufo-Addo meddles in the affairs of his family.

“Akufo-Addo I don’t know if you’ll remember me but I’m the lady that came to your house the day before the first appearance in court for the pink sheet time. I came there on the Sunday and Mrs. Rebbecca Akufo-Addo was amazing and they gave me audience, who am I.”

“I went to Nana Akufo-Addo and he said if Nana Akufo-Addo will intervene, then he will leave the party and I think it wasn’t necessary for me to bother Nana with such matters that I can handle, I just wanted to be respectful but since we are all pigs bring it.”

She warned Kennedy to desist from talking about her daughter because to them he’s dead and does not exist.


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