My Success In Life Came From Women Who Dumped Me Because Of Poverty – Kennedy Agyapong Reveals | Video
May 1, 2020 by Atta-Mafu Joshua
Speaking during an interview about his life and success, the Assin Central MP disclosed that one of the driving factors behind his success is women shunning him because of poverty.
In a video sighted by thedistin.com, the controversial politician added that as a result of that he decided to challenge himself.
Mr. Kennedy further advised the youth in Ghana to find the silver lining in any situation indicating that he positioned his mind such that he turned every negative situation into a positive one.
He further narrated how his girl visited him one day and he had broken chair in his house. Unfortunately, the girl sat on one and she fell.
According to him, the girl got angry because she felt it was a deliberate move.
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“Me my success and determination came from women who dawged me,
“I always turn negative to the positive, so the youth turn your negatives to the positive”.
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