American based and firebrand Ghanaian journalist, Kelvin Taylor, did the unexpected today as he expressed a strange and sudden concern for his 'long time enemy', Kennedy Agyapong, who is the member of the Assin Central constituency. Kelvin Taylor begun a movement and campaign on his official Facebook page; Bring Back Kennedy Agyapong. Kelvin Taylor described himself as the representative of the people of Assin Central. And as a matter of fact, he boldly declared that he had all the rights to know the whereabouts of the Honorable Member.
This got Ghanaians to massively react. Some Ghanaians attributed the sudden silence and disappearance of the fearless lawmaker to the death of Ahmed Suale and JB Danquah. People with that school of thoughts claimed that the ghosts of these two individuals were haunting the honorable member. Check out other reactions.
Where do you think the Honorable Member is? Holiday or another serious investigation.
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