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Nobody can stop me from dealing with Anas – Ken Agyapong

Firebrand politician and Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, says any New Patriotic Party (NPP) member who’ll question his onslaught on renowned undercover journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas will face his wrath.

According to the legislator cum business magnate, he’s waging a relentless war to strip bare the award-winning investigative journalist whom he accuses of being an alleged criminal.

Speaking on his TV Station Net 2 TV, Ken Agyapong recounted how he was delayed and questioned for five hours at the Houston Airport in the United States during his recent visit after Anas had alleged that he [Ken] knows about the death of investigative Journalist Ahmed Suale.

He stated that following the humiliation he suffered in the US nobody in Ghana can stop him from dealing ruthlessly with Anas.

“I’ll face Anas until my last breath, I am now going to do worse in this country and nothing will stop me. With my experience at Houston Airport, nobody and I use the word nobody can stop me. Any hypocrite NPP member who comes out and will question what I’m doing that person will not have it easy at all.”

Ken Agyapong added: “I have the list of NPP members who are engaged in galamsey, they should also shut up. If they don’t the way I’ll descend will be serious, because whatever humiliation I went through at the Hosuton Airport nobody came to my aid because I am an NPP member.

“So I have to defend myself and redeem my image. I’m sounding a caution, anybody who tries to stop me whatever I know about your I’ll bring it into the public domain. The said Minister of State, I’ve decided not to mention his name for now. Anas claimed in the email that he gave the Minister $35,000 and I know where he’s coming from that is why he took that money. I will never take a dime from anybody so whenever I’m coming out I do so with all the force that I can marshall.”

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