The loudmouth and controversial journalist Kelvin Taylor Baidoo who is a Ghanaian and based in United States of America (USA) in his new video, has boldly state that the member of parliament for Assin North, Honourable Kennedy Agyapong thinks he has sense that everyone in Ghana simply because he can buy a watch of $30,000.00.
Kelvin Taylor speaking on his Facebook page, he said that Kennedy Agyapong must have the kind heart to visit his constituency and feed them because those who voted for him to be their Mp are crying like a new born babies that do not have breast milk to feed on.
You have been reigning as a member of parliament for over twenty years but there's nothing achievable in your constituency. All you know is to sit at your media stations and to brag of your cars, mansions, money and unnecessary things which are not helping the youth today. As a member of parliament you need to think for the youth and provide better health care for the grown up. Kelvin Taylor Baidoo added.
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