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‘Braggart’ Ken Agyapong Is Only Loud On Radio; He Was Calm Like A Baby In Court I Even Had Sympathy On Him – Kweku Baako



The feud between Assin Central lawmaker, Kennedy Agyapong and veteran journalist, Kweku Baako continues to get heated by the day.

Mr Agyapong on Net 2 TV days ago lambasted Kweku Baako, calling him corrupt while warning the New patriotic Party (NPP) to be weary of him.

He further insisted he will not be paying a dime to Kweku Baako following a defamation suit which he was found guilty and charged.

Reacting to Kennedy’s rants on Peace FM, Kweku Baako noted that Kennedy Agyapong is only a giant with clay feet.

He said the lawmaker is only loud on TV and radio but once he’s sued in court he goes mute and embarrasses himself because he’s unable to back his rants with evidence.

“I made a critique of his conduct relative to that threat which was the subject matter of discussion. He is entitled to criticize my opinion of him mercilessly and violently but he is not entitled to go out there and slander and think I will let it slide. I didn’t care previously but for him particularly, you can either criticize or drag him to the court of law.

“The experience I had with him at the High Court told me the he is a giant with clay feet. He is empty, porous with the thing he says. On radio on TV he goes haywire but in court, he is an embarrassment. I even felt some sympathy for him. I’ve heard him say that he won’t pay a dime but who say I’m interested in his money? He has even paid GHC80,000 but the point really is the apologies,” he said.

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