The Bible has good message for the world and if you turn not to hear the words of the the Bible you will suffer. This is inline with what the Bible said in James Chapter 1 verse 26. Let hear the word of God - "If any man among you seem to be righteous, and bridleth not his tongue, but deceiveth his own heart. This man's religion is vain" - James Chapter 1 verse 26.
The words of God knew very well how we will put ourselves into problem that is why we are forewarn to curb our mouths as though we don't have one and that does not mean you are a coward. When you did not bridle your tongue or your lips as the Bible said and when you fall into trouble or problem, there will be no time for apology. Yes there will be no more chance for you to apologise. Learn to curb or bridle your tongue else you will dance according to the tune.
Pressure is being mounted on Kennedy Aggyapong's Net 2 TV from Mr David Asante the former Inspector of Ghana police service IGP as a result of filthy words that came out of one of the giant men belonging to Kennedy Aggyapong. Looking at the way things are going, there is no time for Kennedy Aggyapong and his man to go and apologise. The only syndrome now is for them to dance according to the tune they have cause themselves in the court of law.
The man in question is Kwaku Annan. He is noted to be brave and bold and he have use Kennedy Aggyapong's Net 2 TV to disfigure the image of the former Inspector of Ghana Police officer Mr David Asante. The plaintiff is of the view that Mr Kwaku Annan have use Net 2 on the Hot seat program to accuse him of what he does not know about. With these, the former Inspector of Ghana Police officer Mr David Asante sued Kennedy Aggyapong's Net 2 and Kwaku Annan for defamation and he is expecting that they will dance according to the tune they cause themselves in the court of law.
Kweku Annan used Net 2 TV on the Hot seat show to claim that the former Inspector of Ghana Police service IGP knows the hideout of armed Robbers but he remain mute. He further accuse the old man for keeping or harbouring criminals.
The words of Kwaku Annan to the former IGP did not urger well. They have been sued for words of defamation against Mr. David Asante. This might be a good lesson for all journalist to speak with facts and not just by imaginations and dreams.
However, we have not hear from Honourable Kennedy Aggyapong as the news about their case is trending across all social media handles including Facebook, Opera News, Twitter, YouTube, instagram and many others.
There is no time for Kennedy Aggyapong and his man Kwaku Annan to go and apologise to Mr David Asante the former Inspector of Ghana Police service secretly. They only thing at hand now is for them to appear before court and dance according to the tune they have cause themselves into. Next time they will learn their lessons.
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