‘Irresponsible Asiedu Nketia Borrowed $200 Electricity Bill from Me’ – Kennedy Agyapong Lashes

Ken Agyapong accuses Asiedu Nketia of owing him $200 which is the money he borrowed to pay his electricity bills while serving as MP for the Wenchi West

Controversial NPP lawmaker, Kennedy Agyapong, has alleged that General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Johnson Asiedu Nketia, has refused to pay back a $200 debt he owes him. The Assin North MP has lashed out at the NDC loyalist for being an irresponsible leader who could not pay electricity bills.

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According to Ken Agyapong, Asiedu Nketiah borrowed the money to pay his electricity bills while serving as MP for the Wenchi West Constituency and has since not paid him back.

The Assin North MP said this while speaking in Bawku, at the campaign launch of NPP parliamentary candidate for Bawku central constituency, Gabiana Abugri. During his address, Ken Agyapong accuses Asiedu Nketia of irresponsibility, pointing out that he has since lost respect for the NDC General Secretary since the incident.

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Asiedu Nketia owes me $200; up to now he hasn’t paid. I don’t know if he is going to pay me tomorrow. I don’t respect Asiedu Nketia  because he owes me and cannot pay or he should pay me and I will stop talking about it, he said.

He even went further to urge the people to ask Asiedu Nketia about the alleged debt, should he visit Bawka. The listening crowed laughed as Mr Agyapong unleashed insults on Nketia and the NDC.

Ken Agyapong  emphasized that, the character of people like Asiedu Nketia and the entire NDC, do not deserve to be retained in office. He urged the constituents of Bawku central to vote massively for Gabiana Abugri to become MP for the constituency and Nana Addo as president, to bring change and prosperity to the people of Bawku.

He assured the constituents of a positive change in the economy, should the major opposition party be given the nod come December 7.