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Ken Agyapong Has More Than GH500 Million To Collect From COCOBOD, Hawa Koomson Reveals.

Fri, 4 Aug 2023 Source: Ghana News Update

Mavis Hawa Koomson, the member of parliament for Awutu Senya East, is alleged to have criticised fellow member of parliament and New Patriotic Party (NPP) presidential candidate Kennedy Ohene Agyapong.

In the viral voice note, Hawa Koomson accuses Kennedy Agyapong of being a braggart who uses the assistance he provides to disparage others. She claims that she has refused Agyapong's assistance in the past due to his reputation for being outspoken and likely to use such assistance in the future against the recipient.

Among the jaw-dropping revelations made by the fisheries minister is the rumoured claim of GHC500 million by the Assin North member of parliament.

"As you can see, Kennedy has over GHC500,000,000 to collect from COCOBOD. Even Electricity Company of Ghana, he has been supplying them with metres and electric poles since the time of President Kufour. The NPP has aided him tremendously"

It was mentions in 2012 incident in which Agyapong claimed to be giving away vehicles, but she declined the offer because she did not wish to be subjected to future insults from him. She adds that she is not among those who receive assistance from Kennedy Agyapong.

Kennedy Agyapong is not a genuine member of the NPP, according to Hawa Koomson, who openly supports Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia in the NPP flagbearer race. She questions his allegiance, citing his vows to leave the party and relocate abroad if he is not chosen as the candidate.

In addition, Hawa Koomson asserts that Agyapong has profited from NPP contracts and is now using his financial support of the party to promote his candidature for the party's leadership. These allegations have likely sparked controversy within the party and may have an effect on the ongoing contest for the party's nomination.

Source: Ghana News Update