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NPP’s Dr Amoako Baah tackles Ken Agyapong for attacking Adwoa Safo

A member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and Political Scientist, Dr. Richard Amoako Baah has chastised MP for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong over the latter’s latest attacks on party executives.

Agyapong has recently launched a series of attacks on the MP for Dome Kwabenya, Sarah Adwoa Safo, who happens to be his baby mama for her long absence from Parliament.

Speaking in various media interviews, the vociferous MP said he was furious because he was at the receiving end of insults because he was part of the campaigners for Ms. Safo’s re-election in 2020 only for her to be absenting herself from Parliament when the NPP needs her the most.

On Asaase Radio, Agyapong revealed that at a point when the party needed Adwoa Safo to vote for the passage of the controversial E-levy, the Chief of Staff, Frema Osei-Opare had to cough out some “120 000 to give to Adwoa Safo.”

The bitter MP said he personally deposited the cash in Adwoa Safo’s  Fidelity Bank account yet his baby mama is holding the party to ransom at a time her presence is needed most.

Agyapong also jibed Dr. Amoako Baah for accusing President Nana Akufo-Addo of not treating Gender Minister Sara Adwoa Safo well when she had issues with the Coordinator of the National School Feeding Programme, Gertrude Quashigah.

But reacting to the wild allegations and revelations by the firebrand MP, Dr. Amoako Baah who was speaking on Dwaboase on TV XYZ condemned Agyapong for spilling the beans.

“All these revelations are not necessary. Revealing that the Chief of Staff gave him such a huge amount of money to be dashed to Adwoa Safo will make Ghanaians angry,” he told host Prince Minkah.

“Ghanaians might think there is money sitting at the presidency and we are sharing it among ourselves,” the experienced Political Scientist worryingly observed.

He also indicated that some elements within the government are conducting themselves in a way that is gradually leading them to the opposition.



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