Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong has observed that some persons who feel embittered by the fact he
He admitted he has stepped on so many
toes based on his public commentary on happenings in the country but said it
was in the interest of the nation he made those comments.
“I know I have stepped on a lot of
toes, I try as much as I can to speak the truth and in the course of that you
hurt people’s feelings and I know they can’t forgive you”, he observed at the
launch of an economic empowerment
women group dubbed Ti-Deltaa.
lawmaker who said he is unfazed by persons who have refused to let off the past
but will continue to pursue him because he spoke the truth in matters they are
directly or indirectly involved in, promised he was not going to back down on
speaking his mind.
“In the larger picture and in the interest of
mother Ghana, I will continue to try as much as I can to defend the ordinary
people in society”, he said.
While thanking the Chief and people of
the Lawra Traditional Area for bestowing on him the honour of a development
chief, he promised to contribute his quota to see the facelift of the area in
the future indicating that Lawra has become his second home.
“Today indeed is a great day in my
political career. I am short of words what the Paramount Chief of Lawra has
done…the honour done to me this afternoon. Indeed, it is not everybody that
gets the opportunity to be honoured in life whilst he lives. Some are honoured
when they die. Some when they are dead people shower praises. I want to thank
God to live and see how Ghanaians appreciate my efforts”, he concluded.
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