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Editor-in-Chief of the New Crusading Guide newspaper, Abdul Malik Kweku Baako has tagged Member of Parliament for Assin Central Kennedy Agyapong as fighting desperately and making baseless arguments without prove.

According to him, Kennedy Agyapong should have reported to the rightful institution to battle out his case based on Anas’ football investigations rather than just making meaningless allegations on radio and television to cure his mischief.

“ . . I’ve heard Ken Agyapong says he met him (Kwesi Nyantakyi) yesterday (Tuesday) for about 10 minutes or so and Kwesi gave him his side of the story and all that, and that appears to have energized him in his attacks on Anas . . . So you ask yourself where and how did the political twist come into it? It’s a very important question,” Mr. Baako said.

He said nobody asked him questions about politics or political executives or the political establishment, but he introduced it himself.

“ . . It came from the man you claim was set up, the man you claim was set up is the one who introduced the political twist by influence peddling . . .,” Kweku Baako told Kwami Sefa Kayi.

He said he can’t get it that Kennedy Agyapong is fighting desperately that Kwesi Nyantakyi was setup, just because he feels the procedure used was not right.

“He is not going to win,” he added.

Speaking on Peace FM’s ‘Kokrokoo’ panel discussion, Kweku Baako stated that he is assuming for now that Kennedy Agyapong’s allegations against Anas Aremeyaw Anas’ expose is personal and not on behalf of his party.

“I believe Kennedy Agyapong is not talking on behalf of the NPP even though he is staunch member, because the President who happens to be the leader of the party he belongs and some top officials have over the years and presently endorsed his [Anas’] works, to the extent that the President has wished to institutionalize it should he have the mandate,” he stated.
Source: Elizabeth Semiheva Bedi/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana

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