A former employee of Member of Parliament for Assin Central Kennedy Agyapong, Kwaku Annan, has accused the lawmaker of halting his expose on the clergy because of his presidential ambitions.
Kwaku Annan was the host of Net 2 TV’s ‘The Seat Show’ but was dismissed by Kennedy Agyapong, who owns the TV station, for reportedly attacking Vice-President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia.
But the former presenter of ‘The Seat Show’ has revealed that his sacking was just a cover-up of the real intentions of the politician and that he sacked him and took the show offline because of his interest.
“Kenneth Takyi Agyapong, his son, came to tell me his father has asked that we halt the expose. Let Kennedy Agyapong come out and deny it, I have given him an example with that of Dag Heward-Mills, which he halted.
“You cancelled it, that we should stop, what then was my offence?” he quizzed.
“Was Kennedy Agyapong honest about that job, or he wanted us to pick and choose who to hound? Which one? Part of it was political that there was going to be elections, and the management stood in the way and cancelled almost all the other investigations.
“Let Kenneth come and belie what I am saying, let Kenneth and Ken come out and deny my claims,” he challenged in a video posted on the YouTube channel NUKKS TV.