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Because of NPP The Woman I Planned to Marry Left Me – Kennedy Agyapong



New Patriotic Party flagbearer hopeful, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has stated that he once lost a woman he intended to marry as a result of his commitment to the party.

According to Kennedy Agyapong, the said woman left him after he returned from the United States of America to support the party in the 1992 elections.

“In 1992, I was in a relationship with Madam Stella. I also had another girlfriend back here in Ghana that I intended to marry. But when it comes to women some are good and some are bad.

“In 1992 I returned home one day to meet the one back here in Ghana holding my ticket and trying to find out if I could go back, because Adu Boahen had lost and NPP had also lost.,” the Assin Central MP said during an interview on his Net2 TV.

“The other woman left me because I had gone broke, she saw the amount of money I brought at that age and spent everything on the NPP. Right after losing the election, she said by their fruits you will know them; she left,” he added.

Ultimately he said, he had to go back to the U.S where he was accepted by his first girlfriend – Stella who forgave him and accepted him back.

“I stayed in Ghana for 8 months, and when I went back my office had been repossessed. I went back to driving a taxi.

“Stella remained. She forgave me and I had no option because her friends back here were calling her to that a lady is driving your man’s car. But she forgave me. All because of NPP, I lost the woman, I lost the office,” she added.

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