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Watch Video: The Reason Why Kennedy Agyapong Refused To Help A Dying Uncle & Asked Him To Go To Rawlings

Kennedy Agyapong is currently the most traffic worthy personality on the internet now and in his latest interview on Metro TV’s Good Evening Ghana on June 24, he disclosed how he refused to help his uncle who was sick because of what he did to him.
Telling the story to the host, he said sometime in 1992 his uncle was sick and he helped him by bringing him to 37 military hospital for treatment and introduced him to good doctors and he was able to recover.

When his uncle recovered, he was grateful then and promised him that, he would support his political career and campaign for him but when he left for the States again, his uncle wrote him a letter telling him, if he doesn’t join NDC, he won’t be able to help him.

Continuing his story, he said his uncle campaigned for Rawlings in 1992 and within 5 months, he was sick again and family members asked for his help for his uncle, and he asked them to tell him to go to Rawlings, because he wasn’t going to take that bullsh*t.

His uncle died and according to him, he doesn’t regret not helping him the second time because of what he did to him.

“I helped you when you were sick, and when you were healed, you broke your promise to me and told me, you are NDC so you can’t help me unless I join your party, so when he fell sick again, I said okay NDC has won, go to Rawlings”

Watch the video below

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Zack Agon popularly known as The Hatman, is a song writer, blogger, teacher and a business man. Zack is the CEO of Wordswar Technology & Investment, and the owner of Ghanalegendary.com and has passion for blogging just about every interesting topic. Get in touch the number one Ghanaian promoter on +233244047835 or +233246187160

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