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Don’t crucify Kan Dapaah over amorous video – Kennedy Agyapong

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Member of Parliament of Assin Central Kennedy Agyapong is of the view that Albert Kan Dapaah should not be crucified by Ghanaians over the amorous video with a lady identified as Chantelle Kujawu.

The legislator making a submission on Oman FM monitored by Ghanatodayonline.com indicated that he is “not clean”, neither is any man, hence will be unfair and hypocritical to castigate his fellow man for engaging in such an act.

The MP at the same time is wondering how the National Security minister could fall for a lady with long and scary finger nails.

“Let the clean cast the stone,” he said but hilariously questioned why Mr. Kan Dapaah could not fall for something better.

“I looked at the lady’s finger nails and wondered ‘what could National Security minister be doing with such finger nails?’”


Like Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram Samuel Nartey George and satirist Kwame A Plus, Mr. Agyapong suggested that the incident was orchestrated by persons within the New Patriotic Party (NPP) for reasons best known to them.

He cautioned ladies not to allow themselves to be used as instruments for destruction as no amount of money is worth the risk.

“Her pictures are out; it’s possible she will never get a man to marry her. She thinks she’s nailed Kan. How much were you paid if you were contracted to set him up?” he asked. On Sunday, a video of Kan Dapaah sweet-talking a woman who by the look of things is not his wife, went viral.


4 thoughts on “Don’t crucify Kan Dapaah over amorous video – Kennedy Agyapong

  1. Ken, I understand that, that DISGRACEFUL, DISGRACED THING already has THREE (3) children, and I doubt that ANY SANE PERSON, SANE MAN, would want to ADD TO HIS BURDEN BY MARRYING THIS OBVIOUS THREE-THREE BAR ASENI BAA!!!

  2. As a gender activist, what is good for the geese…….
    The lady yes didn’t do well. But just as kan is not clean so is she. Just as Kan has a wife , so will she marry. Judging one side is not right. Both deserve equal opportunity.
    But ladies must know the power we have. Never abuse it. This is too Unfortunate.

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