Kennedy Agyapong has disclosed he will not relent in issues of the truth and is willing to serve jail time or even die for the truth.
The Member of Parliament for Assin North in the Central region revealed that threat from the NDC is in no way preventing him from disclosing their corrupt practices.He also attributed the economic hardship in the country to the NDC,that they are looting from the nation’s coffers before they are voted out of power.
“Because Ken always wants the truth, the NDC has conspired to silence and sentence me. I would serve any sentence alright, but that would not deter me from speaking the truth.”Ken disclosed.
This was disclosed in an address he made to a large number of NPP supporters in Accra during the inauguration of Friends of Ken (FOK) by Makola NPP women traders, Mr. Agyapong took the time to explain to the supporters why he was always criticizing the NDC administration.
Hon.Agyapong explained that he comes across secret and appaling information in his line of duty as a businessman.He relents to disclose some of them for fear of the disgrace it might cause to the country but assured he does reveal the appropriate details needed and work hard to flush them out.
“Now it is time for Ghanaians to know what the NDC is up to. Research has proven that the NDC has released $18 million to one Saeed, an Egyptian who came during the tenure of the NPP under circumstances that should baffle any concerned citizen of the country.”
He also touched on the seven hospitals a company called Ecobert promised to build for Ghana by Saaed during the NPP’s term in office.According to him, the NPP government gave him a sovereign guarantee to go and look for money to build the said hospitals and assured him government would pay him immediately after the project was completed.
“The contract commenced in November 2008 and he promised to build the hospital within 42 months. Payment was expected to be made after completion of the project. However immediately the NDC assumed power, the Mills administration changed the sovereign guarantee to a promissory note which is as good as cash,” he said.
He assured he will disclose more facts after June and exposed the $147million estimated demand that Prof. Mills and his administrators did seek for the hospital for which the Ghana government had already cut the sod to commence.