One of Ghana's most listened to journalist on social media based in the United States of America has debunked rumours that,he has sent some people to beg member of parliament for Assin Central Mr Kennedy Agyapong on his decision of taking him to court in the United States of America.
The two individuals have been on each other's throat for sometime now for a number of reasons.
Quite recently the law maker started emphatically that,he was going to sue Mr Kevin Taylor for levelling several allegations against his personality.
Mr Kennedy Agyapong before his departure from Ghana to the United States of America assured his followers and supporters that he was going to sue Kevin Taylor as soon as he landed in the United States of America.
However,it's been a while since he landed in the states but has been unable to sue the journalist which has left several of his supporters asking questions.
Surprisingly, there has been a rumour making rounds on social media that, the American based Ghanaian journalist has sent some elders to the law maker's residence to beg him to rescind his decision.
But in a sharp rebuttal,the journalist has debunked all this rumours of begging Mr Kennedy Agyapong and has dared the law maker to sue him or get sued.
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