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General News of Sunday, 29 September 2019


Kennedy Agyapong contracted Daniel Asiedu to kill JB Danquah Adu – Kevin Taylor alleges

Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, MP, Assin Central play videoKennedy Ohene Agyapong, MP, Assin Central

Kevin Ekow Baidoo Taylor, the host of ‘With All Due Respect’, has alleged that the Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, contracted Daniel Asiedu, otherwise known as ‘Sexy Don Don’, to kill the former Abuakwa North MP, Joseph Boakye Danquah Adu.

According to him, Mr Asiedu's statement to the CID which was signed by Detective Chief Inspector Augustus Nkrumah indicated that the suspect wrote among other things that Agyapong was the one who sent him to murder the MP.

“He stabbed him (referring to JB) fifteen times with a screwdriver,” he said.

Kevin further dared Attorney General Gloria Akuffo; the CID boss, Maame Tiwaa Addo Danquah; and Detective Chief Inspector Augustus Nkrumah to come out and deny the claims by Daniel Asiedu.

"He said emphatically in his statement that he [Daniel Asiedu] was contracted by Kennedy Agyapong to kill JB Danquah…,” Mr Taylor emphasized.

Kevin Taylor who for the past weeks have been ranting on his social media broadcast, further accused the Assin Central MP of transporting the suspect (Daniel) to the residence of the late Abuakwa North MP where the suspect executed his job.

“After JB Danquah ended his meeting at 1.30 am, where was ‘Sexy Don Don…which room was he hiding him waiting for JB to leave the meeting location?” he quizzed.

“I just don’t speak, I speak with facts…I want the CID boss, Attorney General and Inspector Augustus Nkrumah to come [out] and deny these claims, and I will prove to Ghanaians that these people are liars and they are covering up for Kennedy Agyapong,” he stressed.

The late former Member of Parliament for Abuakwa South was killed by unidentified assailants in his home in 2016, throwing the entire nation into a shock.

The case remains under investigation with two suspects, Daniel Asiedu and Vincent Bossu currently standing trial in court.