General News of Wed, 12 Dec 201858

I am fortified by ‘juju’ from Upper West - Ken Agyapong

Maverick politician Kennedy Agyapong has finally opened up on why he looks very passionate,vigorous and aggressive about happenings in the country indicating he willcontinue to speak his mind till he dies, MyNewsGh.com has filed.

According to him, his late mother prior to her death found it extremely difficult to understand what kind of person he was considering the numerous criticisms of persons in and out of government who sometimes also hit back at him.

Addressing an economic empowerment women group dubbed Ti-Deltaa, in Lawra in the Upper West Region,he narrated how his mother got pregnant in Wa with his father who was a teacher and the prophesy made by an unknown man who fed his mum with some medicine inKoko that he [Kennedy Agyapong] will be a great person in future.

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“In 1959, my father was teacher at Wa that is where mymother got pregnant to me. What she told me was that where they were staying there was an old man when she was pregnant, will always bring the traditional koko to put something in and tell my mother…that time there was no technologyto define whether the child, unborn child will be a boy or a girl. The man toldher she would have a son and one day, she will see what this boy will do”, herevealed at an event covered by MyNewsGh.com

Continuing his story, he stated that it got to sometime his mother was unable to contain his open criticisms wondering what at all was put in the porridge by the man who prophesied greatness in the life of the Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central and Chairman of the Communications Committee of parliament.

“So sometimes when I criticize people and they are also criticizing me, then my mother will ask me, what did this man put in the Koko that this guy is so crazy like that. She could not stand my aggressiveness for truth but here we are today thousands of women present, big delegation from Accra to witness that poor soul from Assin Dompem”, he stated

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