Kufour sacked me from his house for supposedly not backing Alan- Ken Agyapong

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Kennedy Kwamena Agyapong on MetroTV
Assin Central Legislator and Chairman of Ken City Media says he was victimized former President John Agyekum Kufour for decamping to support Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo against Alan Kwadwo Kyeremateng a decision according to him threatened Alan’s flagbearer position.

President Kufour sacked me from his residence, the acerbic mouthed Lawmaker told Paul Adom-Otchere on Good Evening Ghana, a current affairs flagship on Metropolitan Television on Tuesday, 23 June 2020.

Explaining the sour relation between him (Kennedy Agyapong) and former President Kufour, the Assin Magnate said, President Kufour chased me out of his house because he had met Ato Eshun at Minister Kofi Ada’s office over money he was “chasing” and he entered into a conversation about the chances of the 17 presidential aspirants.
‘I told Ato that when I was going to America, Alan Kyerematen was leading all the aspirants but upon his return, the support for Alan Kyerematen had shifted with frenzy excuses.

.‘Then, Alan could raise up to GHS 13 billion’ all alone and some people did not understand why and were using that against him. So, I said because of the fundraising, now Nana Addo is slightly ahead of Alan,” he recounted.

This observation was reported misrepresented to Dr. Anane and he also reported to President Kufuor.

“Until last year, I thought it was Alan who had called President Kufuor to tell him not knowing it was Dr. Anane who told Prez Kufuor that I don’t support Alan’.

… the way the man loved me to death, he sacked me from his house without giving me any chance,” Agyapong recalled.

Agyapong said he was hinted by the former Central Regional Chairman of the NPP, Joseph Danquah Smith, popularly called Chairman Butey, that there was a problem so he should see President Kufuor and solve things with him.

Agyapong added, “He didn’t give me a chance. He did not know but I think now he is realized I never did anything of that sort. I never campaigned against Alan until he [Kufuor] sacked me from his house.
Kennedy said he felt betrayed by the action, so he had no option than to go all out for Nana Addo.

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