Adib Saani, a foreign policy and a Security Analyst, has said that he can imagine what state secrets Kennedy Agyapong can hold back, looking at the position he occupies in Parliament and his utterances.
Adib Saani made this statement via zoom on 'THE KEYPOINTS' program on TV3 today, 17th July 2021, when he condemned the utterances of Kennedy Agyapong about Erastus Asare Donkor.
According to Adib Saani, as the Chairman of the defense and interior committee of Parliament, Kennedy Agyapong is privy to a lot of information. Some of it in one way or the other will be classified.
"As someone who is not able to hold back his words, that is a bit worrying. He gives you a thousand cedis, and on the following day, he is on tv telling the whole he's given you a thousand cedis, so I can imagine what state secrets he can hold back, and that will be very disturbing. As someone who has oversight over security and all that, our security is paramount, but his continuous language is very disturbing."
He added that the utterances of Kennedy Agyapong, particularly about the media are not helping Ghana to do well globally in the press freedom index.
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