KENNEDY AGYAPONG REVEALS ASSASSINATION PLOT AGAINST CYNTHIA …
Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong has accused the NDC parliamentary candidate for Agona West over an alleged plot to assassinate Cynthia Mamle Morrison, the Gender and Social Protection Minister.
Speaking on ‘The Seat’ on Net 2 TV, the vociferous politician disclosed that the Agona West MP who double as the Gender and Social Protection Minister called him on phone last Saturday around 10.25 pm to discuss an alleged plot by Paul Ofori-Amoah, the NDC Parliamentary Candidate for Agona West.
According to him, the matter would have been swept under the carpet if not for the swift nature of the minister, adding that some politicians fail to act with all the seriousness needed when cues of such nature are given to them
“As a lady, she took it so seriously, got BNI involved, went to the hotel [in which the gang was hiding] and asked them to be arrested,” Kennedy Agyapong narrated.
He further revealed that, when the gang was arrested, the police asked what they were doing in the hotel and they responded that the “NDC Parliamentary Candidate took them to the hotel”.
Agyapong indicated that at the hotel, the police found two Stanbic Bank cheques of five thousand cedis, dated October 19, 2020, signed under the name Paul Ofori-Amoah.
Agyapong stated further that he has information that some ‘powerful individuals’ earlier brought the men who have now been arrested to him so the police should allow him give details about those who are behind the alleged crime.
“I know but I’m leaving that to the security agencies to let him come out with the person who gave those guys to the Swedru NDC Parliamentary Candidate,” Agapong further alleged.
“I told you that they [NDC] want to cause fear and panic by killing people, by beating people, by intimidating people, by staging robbery, is that not what is going on?”
He further referenced the alleged leaked tape attributed to Samuel Ofosu-Ampofo, the National Chairman of the opposition NDC as evidence of the plans the NDC had for the December presidential and parliamentary elections.