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28-Jun-2018  
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The Editor-in-chief of the New Crusading Guide newspaper has incurred the wrath of Assin Central Member of Parliament, Kennedy Agyapong for describing his exposé on Anas as trash.

Kweku Baako is reported to have rubbished the much anticipated WHO WATCHES THE WATCHMAN ‘video which exposes the alleged corrupt deeds of ace investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas.

The veteran journalist is reported to have said the outspoken MP is just blowing hot air because the supposed video on Anas is empty.

In a rebuttal, Ken Agyapong on Adom FM’s Dwaso Nsem Thursday said he decided not to attack the senior journalist but he can no longer bear his [Baako] hypocrisy.

He vowed to expose how Kweku Baako acquired certain properties including his house at the Spintex road.

“I didn’t want to attack Kweku Baako but when he said my video is bogus, I have decided to expose him. How did he get his house at Spintex? He should tell the world” Ken Agyapong fumed.

He could not fathom why the veteran journalist has made himself a tin god behaving as if he is a repository of knowledge.

The Assin Central MP noted that Kweku Baako is protecting Anas but he himself is not clean thus must purge himself of the dirt before accusing others of being corrupt.

Ken Agyapong has vowed to strip Kweku Baako and his coffee shop mafias’ naked if pushed to the wall.

“I will show Kweku Baako who bought the house for him and how they got money to buy those houses”.

 
 
 
 
Source: adomonline.com
 
 

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