It is funny the kind of allegations that are being launched against politicians these days. Elections are approaching and there is confusion hare and there. The Honorable Member of parliament for the Assin central, Kennedy Agyapong has sent a serious warning to the MP for the Ajumako Enyan Esiam Constituency, Mr Cassiel Ato Forson.
Kennedy Agyapong claimed that his colleague MP has borrowed an amount of $200 from him and hasn't paid yet. This money is an equivalent of GHS 1,000.
Kennedy Agyapong made this known on live TV via the NET 2 Television. He said he will be going to the MP's house on Friday to claim what belongs to him(the $200).
Considering how rich Kennedy Agyapong is, this money is literally nothing but him asking his colleague for it simply indicates they are in bad terms. If not he wouldn't have bothered if he even gives $200 to a total stranger.
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