Kennedy Agyapong has revealed why he decided to remain quiet all through the turmoil during the introduction of the Eighth Parliament of the fourth Republic.
Known to be perhaps the most belligerent man in the nation, Kennedy, as per pictures seen on the web, was unobtrusively situated during the new disturbance in Parliament.
Many have addressed why the MP for Assin Central sat unbothered during the shock brought about by NDC individuals involving lion’s share seat in Parliament.
The outlandish conduct of administrators was disagreeable, and the troublemaker chose to pass on this one.
Notwithstanding, in an interview on his exclusive Oman FM, Kennedy uncovered that he had gotten knowledge before the night that the NDC had moved toward making turmoil postpone President Akufo Addo’s introduction.
Kennedy Agyapong was seen in pictures and recordings tranquility situated in Parliament with his hand to his jaw, staying out of other people’s affairs.
“I didn’t want to destroy Akufo-Addo’s swearing-in that is why I sat down quietly and observed the NDC members. We [NPP] could have fought,” but it would have dragged and affected the swearing-in of MPs-Elect and eventually the President and his Vice-President’s,” he said.