Anas is the One Who Killed His Partner, Not Me; They Are Focusing on Me As A Distraction — Kennedy Agyapong

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Honourable Kennedy Agyapong never disappoints! The Member of Parliament for Assin Central and controversial MP has spoken out about the death of Anas’ colleague, Ahmed Hussein-Suale, and the accusations lobbed at him that he’s the one behind it.

Speaking on Asempa Fm’s ‘Ekosii Sen’, Honourable Agyapong rubbished any assertion that he had anything to do with the murder, and in typical fashion for him rather accused Anas of knowing something about the death.

Ahmed was stabbed to death in Madina last night, many months after he was ‘unmasked’ by Kennedy Agyapong as a member of Anas’ Tiger Eye team and the MP called for him to be beaten.

Responding to the claim that he was behind the murder, Agyapong said he’s being focused on as a distraction so the real killers can run away.

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“They want to distract the police so that they will focus on me so the very people who committed the murder will run away,” he said.

He called on the police to arrest Anas instead as he’s very sure “He (Anas) knows something about the death,”

He also warned the police to not carry out ‘social media investigation’ but a real one, a veiled reference to Anas releasing via social media the video of Agyapong calling for Ahmed to be beaten soon after news of his death.

In a fiery mood, the MP also denied reports that he has been arrested by the Police CID; according to him he ate ‘ampesi’ in the house then came straight to the studio for the program.

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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