Ken Agyepong Reveals Why Ghana’s Parliament is Full Of Politicians From ‘Village’ Schools
Member of Parliament For Assin Central Constituency, Hon Kennedy Ohene Agyapong popularly known as Kennedy Agyapong in an interview with Joy News has caused a stir online.
The CEO of KenCity Media, Hounrable Kennedy Agyapong has posited that Ghana’s Parliament is today full of parliamentarians who went to rural school (village schools) while those that pride themselves for attending big senior high schools located in cities are nowhere near the ladder.
Kennedy Agyapong defended his stance by elaborating that even though he was not graced with the chance of been educated in top universities like his colleague after secondary school, he saw the need to work hard and earned his money that he prides with today.
He said in the interview:
“I never had the chance to school in top universities across Ghana but I remained focused and decided to work hard and earn good money. Today, our parliament is full of legislators who went to schools in the rural areas while those that went to Opoku Ware and co and nowhere to be found.”