Kevin Taylor has asked the Inspector General of Police to arrest the member of Parliament for Assin Central.
According to Kevin Taylor, Kennedy Agyapong made some allegations months ago about the death of J.B. Danquah. According to Kennedy Agyapong, he knows the one who killed the Late J. B. Danguah. Kennedy Agyapong also says Dampare who is the current IGP knows the murderer of the Late J. B. Danquah. These are some allegations Kevin Taylor is making against Kennedy Agyapong based on some videos of Kennedy Agyapong.
As at now, the criminals involved in the murdering of J. B. Danguah is not known but according to Kevin Taylor, Kennedy Agyapong has made it clear to Ghanaians that he knows the one who killed J. B. Danguah and IGP also knows the one who killed him.
Kevin Taylor is now asking the IGP to arrest Kennedy Agyapong with immediate effect for questioning. Kevin Taylor continued by saying that, if the IGP fails to arrest Kennedy Agyapong, then the IGP will be the most useless IGP in Ghana's history.
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