I support the abrogation of PDS contract completely – Ken Agyapong

Maverick Politician, Kennedy Agyapong has stated that he is prepared to die for the country for speaking his mind over the alleged fraudulent acts by power supply company, Power Distribution Services (PDS) Ghana Limited.

“You can kill me today but I tell you… they should take the 51% from them, they haven’t paid any dime read my lips,” he revealed on NET 2 TV dialogue on Tuesday.

The businessman disclosed that the 51% shareholders said to be Ghanaians have not paid a dime yet parade themselves as such. He, thus, endorsed calls for the abrogation of the contract completely.

Mr Agyapong insists his crusade is Ghana first and does not care if he is being chastised by members of his own party for speaking the obvious truth and calling on the President to wake up and abrogate the contract with PDS.

“Ask the 51% Ghanaian shareholders how much have they paid? It is Ghana first and they should take the 51% from the Ghanaians until they bring their money. You can’t tell me you have spread it for five years but for the first year you run PDS for five months and you have not paid a dime. What is your definition of a shareholder?” he quizzed.

According to him, he is loud over the matter because it is not about the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) but Ghana as a whole and wondered how they can prosecute elements within the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) if they continually engage in such scandals.

“This is my country, it is not NPP. If you do this how can you prosecute someone with NDC?. Me, Kennedy Agyapong I will not get involved in such a deal. They cannot even approach me because my conscience is Ghana first and not any individual. I serve my country,” he said.

 

Source: Net 2 TV

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