It seems the massive backlashes have instead, made Ken Agyapong unremorseful about his nasty comments against the EC boss
Member of Parliament for Assin North, Kennedy Agyapong, has decided to respond to the massive criticisms against him concerning the uncensored insult he issued against the Chairperson of the Electoral Commission, Charlotte Osei.
The controversial MP says he does not regret his hurtful attacks on the EC boss, but is rather ready to hurl more verbal attacks on her, should the public continue to provoke him. It seems the massive backlashes have instead, made Ken Agyapong unremorseful about his bizarre comments against the EC boss.
Mr Kennedy Agyapong, few days ago made some derogatory remarks against the EC Chairperson while addressing NPP supporters in Kumasi. He had said at the NPP rally that she exchanged s*x for her position as the EC boss. He has since then come under intense criticisms from the public, many of whom are demanding an apology from him. Some women advocates have also condemned the comments and called on him to apologise. Minister of Gender and Social Protection Oye Lithur had called on Mr Ken Agyapong to apologise for his disparaging remarks against the EC chair.
However, speaking to Accra-based Adom FM, the battle-ready MP said he will say more than he has said if the public keeps provoking him. He also said that the EC boss is compromised, alleging that her actions always tend to go in favour of the ruling National Democratic Party (NDC). He also fumed at the attacks he has been getting since the incident wondering why it is so big a deal to expose a ‘wrong’.
Agyapong’s comments has not gone down well with many. Another Interesting development on the issue is that, the NPP has disassociated itself from the MP’s comments against Charlotte Osei. Deputy Communications Director of the NPP, Anthony Abayifa Karbo said on Kasapa FM that though the party will not condemn the MP, he (Ken Agyapong) does not speak for the NPP, and as such, his comments does not represent the party’s position.
Meanwhile Charlotte Osei has been urged by some groups and individuals to sue the MP for defamation.