LOKA to organise massive rally to welcome Kennedy Agyapong back into active politics | General News 2019-06-06
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General News of Thursday, 6 June 2019

Source: Daniel Kaku

LOKA to organise massive rally to welcome Kennedy Agyapong back into active politics

The National Executives of Loyalists of Kennedy Agyapong (LOKA) is set to organise a massive rally for the come back of the Assin Central Member of Parliament, Hon. Kennedy Agyapong who claims to have quit from active politics.

The NPP's Lawmaker, Kennedy Agyapong early this year announced to his constituents his decision to quit active politics due to the maltreatment and sabotages by his own colleagues MPs in government.

He accused his government (Akufo-Addo government) of neglecting his own media houses (Oman FM and Net 2 TV) for not inviting the stations to juicy government events.

Kennedy Agyapong who has been representing the NPP and Akufo-Addo government on Adom TV every Tuesday to defend his NPP party has ceased to appear on the show.

In a statement issued by the Loyalists of Kennedy Agyapong (LOKA) and signed by its President, Benjamin Gyewu-Appiah popular known as Benghazi said "...The rally which is scheduled to be held in July at a yet to be announced location will serve as the first public host of the maverick lawmaker since he went sabbatical from active political discourses".

The statement explained that "This has become necessary because of the numerous reports coming from all angles in our political circles".

The statement added that "Some ambassadors, MPs, Ministers, NPP grassroots youth, the youth of Ghana and other top political activists, floating voters and even some NDC members are calling for his come back, this to us is a call by Ghanaians".

Benghazi who is also the Spokesperson for Kennedy Agyapong emphasized in the statement that his boss is ever ready to bounce back into active politics to defend voiceless Ghanaians and his political party.

He told those jubilating that Kennedy Agyapong has resigned from active politics permanently should stop jubilating because his boss is coming back.

"We know some people are happy that he is silent but they shouldn't be, because the man is coming back!", he opined.

He added that "LOKA had no option than to plan such event, because, the calls were getting too many and to us, this is a sign that the man is really wanted by the country".

The statement is, therefore, calling all Ghanaians to join the rally in Accra in next month to welcome Kennedy Agyapong into active politics.