Hon. Kennedy Agyapong, Member of Parliament for Assin Central, has outed a senior member of the New Patriotic Party for selling state property to him.
Hon. Kennedy Agyapong bravely disclosed that he was compelled to pay for land that was owned to CSIR but has never been given the land by Stephen Ntim, a leading NPP member who aspires to be National Chairman, while actually talking on the Seat Show on Net 2 TV and addressing the Achimota Forest Reserve and other matters arising. ” What are Ntim’ s chances of becoming the NPP’ s National Chairman? As far as I’ m concerned, he’ ll never get it.
Ntim, the Land Commissioner, forced me to purchase CSIR- owned state land. He told me that I couldn’ t have the land and that he couldn’ t give me my money after I paid him in full and had a receipt.
He will never be elected National Chairman of the NPP. He then commanded me to go get another land and replace it with it. How are you going to tell me this? ” On Net 2, Kennedy Agyapong freely disclosed this.
Honorable Kennedy Agyapong, a member of parliament for the New Patriotic Party in Assin Central, has issued a new statement regarding the Achimota forest, which was sold to several members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), notably the late Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie, also known as Sir John.
According to Kennedy, who spoke on Met 2 television, the forest that was sold to some NPP members must be confiscated because it it strictly illegal.
How can a land commissioner sell the Achimota Forest to a bunch people simply because they have power and can do whatever they want? It it against the law, and the forest has been popular for many years.
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