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"I Think Police Have Failed In Handling Kennedy Agyapong's Case"- Kwaku Baako Jnr

The editor in chief for new crusading guide news paper, Abdul Malik Kwaku Baako Jnr has stated that Ghana police Service have failed in handling Hon Kennedy Agyapong case after been referred to privileges committee for threatening another Journalist life again.

Kwaku Baako Jnr speaking on Metro TV good morning Ghana show today, Thursday, 14th July, 2021 stated that the agency which supposed to have invite Hon Kennedy Agyapong have failed and he will not take this issue personal because of some reasons.

Kwaku Baako Jnr fumes at Kennedy Agyapong for threatening people's life in the country and revealed that director of police once told him that they will invite the member of parliament but they couldn't invite him which shocked him.

Kwaku Baako Jnr was not happy with what is currently happening in the country and questioned that why should Ghana police officers failed to invite Kennedy Agyapong when he told the general public that, he have evidence on those who killed former MP, J.B Dankwa and Ahmed Suale?

Kwaku Baako Jnr stated that " the first time i heard Kennedy Agyapong was appointed the chairman on interior and Defence committee, i feel sorry". He told the failed agency that " don't allow somebody who is not police or investigator to be polluting the environment. He is the same person whose actions has led to the death of Ahmed Suale".

He dare Ghana Police Service that if they are not afraid of the member of parliament, they should invite him because he claimed to have evidence on the death of Ahmed Suale and JB Dankwa.

"To be honest, i think Ghana police officers should have something better to tell Ghanaians than what they told them in the press conference. I think Ghana police Service have failed in handling Kennedy Agyapong's case and i won't take this personal" he said.

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Ahmed Suale Hon J.B Dankwa Kennedy Agyapong Kwaku Baako


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