General NewsGovernment and PoliticsLatest

Shamefully Dance To Your Music Playing At The Court-Kennedy Slaps John Mahama And Got Ghanaians Talking

The parliamentary member for Assin Central, Honorable Kennedy Agyapong, has interacted with the public via the media and created another stir. Following the election petition case, Kennedy Agyapong spoke on Net2tv today, disclosing that he had never seen this degree of corruption in his life and concerning the country’s officials.

When battling the electoral commission, the Ndc and their legal team and members of the new patriotic party in court made several claims and revelations just as they always do.

The Npp lawyers have been under pressure, and almost every time they face fresh charges from the Ndc. The Npp and the Electoral Commission are currently challenged by lawyer Tsatsu Tsikata, who has become one of the most iconic figures in the Ndc for his great judgments and excellent conduct in court.

After a press, the Ndc claimed that they were frustrated by the Npp legal team at the level of indiscipline and unprofessional conduct. This is because they say that their educated colleagues used derogatory terms on them in court, which should not be so.

What the Ndc legal team was trying to tell Ghanaians was a very dissatisfying experience in the Supreme Court today. Today, Honorable Kennedy Agyapong disclosed that no such thing was observed by the individual who personally followed the court case.

He disclosed that it was the Ndc lawyers who were aggressive and did not behave professionally.

Once again, they have begun their propaganda and lies, but they should sit back and see how they will be defeated in court—he said.


Kennedy Agyapong also suggested that for their next campaign, Mahama and the Ndc should go about their usual duties and reserve time and other resources and not burden themselves with a desire to come back to power.


Please send us your articles for publication via


Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button