New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has warned that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) risked being thrown out in 2020.

Mr Agyapong has vowed to teach the party a lesson when it begins processes for its “People’s Assembly” and need media coverage which he has always offered subsidiaries of Kencity Media for.

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Mr Kennedy Agyapong was speaking on Net2 TV The Dialogue.

He said there is a deliberate scheme to starve his businesses of funds because some people are saying he has a presidential ambition for which they are sabotaging him, and to him, such claims are very funny.

The tell-it-as-it-is MP said he will throw out the party when they knock on his media empire’s doors in 2020 because they are now using other companies media companies to run ads. He was particularly unhappy about the treatment being meted out to Ash FM in Kumasi.

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Last week I was in Kumasi, Ashh FM. Regional minister and Wontumi, me I will mention names…” Ken Agyapong began in his usual style.

“I know they will start things…. what’s the name of that thing …people’s assembly… yes. I am watching to see if they will invite us to cover live. They will see. The Adverts me I know. I know. Today they have their preferred radio stations they have been working with. I am waiting for them. 2020, I will walk them out,” he fumed.

I am saying I will personally walk them out. One deputy minister who they spoke to said ‘as for you people Ken will look after you,’ Look at that” Ken said in anger.

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Mr Kennedy Agyapong had in the past said NPP would lose the yet-to-be-held elections if it continues to neglect the grassroots that worked tirelessly to secure the win for the party.

It now appears to include the neglect of his businesses as he is known to speak his mind freely.


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