The former Inspector General of the Ghana Police Service may not have the breathing space in the hands of Kwaku Annan as the journalist now seems to have a stronger grounds against him. News has flown throughout the country that the former IGP who filed a case against the member of parliament for Assin Central, honourable Kennedy Agyapong, and the host of "The Seat" show on Net2 TV Kwaku Annan for alleged defamation of character. With all the news making rounds in the country on this case today, Kwaku Annan himself has made some declarations this night Monday 13th December 2021 on The Seat show.
The investigate journalist pointed out that, upon all the shame that Mr Appeatu has put him through he can't just come back and swallow his own words and expect him to also chicken out in the same manner. "I am taking the fight to you this time. You made a lot of noise against me that I had sloped and nowhere to be found, coupled with other disgraceful stories you put out against me, we will surely continue so prepare to meet me and let's continue", Kwaku Annan warned. It looks like the real 'fight' now begins
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