I won’t take back the $200 Asiedu Nketia borrowed from me - Ken Agyapong
New Patriotic Party (NPP) firebrand, Kennedy Agyapong has revealed he is not prepared to take back the $200 the General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Mr Johnson Asiedu Nketia borrowed from him to pay his electricity bills some years ago.
“I have forgiven him and I am not ready to take that money back. Someone who comes to borrow money to pay electricity bills and he talks and Ghanaians listen, it is a pity. You get up and accuse Nana Addo of putting Ghana on sale because of a military agreement with US. These small boys in NDC should shut up. I know all of them and will expose them one after the other. When I hear Ghanaians listen to him, I get nausea because such a person is useless”, he revealed on Asempa FM.
It is not clear when the Chief Scribe of the NDC borrowed money from the outspoken lawmaker but from the audio making rounds on social media, what is said to have triggered his latest outburst is as a result of comments Mr Johnson Asiedu Nketia made that the arrest of his deputy as “much ado about nothing.”
A livid Kennedy Agyapong said, “I won’t bother taking my money from him because I know he cannot pay.”
He, however, threatened to blow the cover all former NDC appointees who looted and have invested their loot in South Africa, the United Arab Emirate and USA faulting his party for continually delaying in the prosecution some past appointees though investigations have been duly completed, dockets built and a number of them implicated.