Kennedy Agyapong Issues Strong Warning To Eyewitness Of MP’s Murder

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Member of Parliament for Assin, Kennedy Agyapong, has strongly warned an eyewitness in the murder of Member of Parliament for Mfantseman Constituency to keep quiet or be branded a suspect in the death of the MP’s murder.

Kenedy Agyapong claims the eyewitness’s account is in contrast with what his investigation into the case has shown.

Addressing the deceased MP’s family, Kennedy Agyapong expressed his anger distaste, and anger at what he considered to be a distortion of the facts.

“The gentleman didn’t help us. The gentleman said he was part but before he spoke I had already spoken to three of the people involved and written down their statements. No one should say that it’s an armed robbery case. You people got six cars but I have eight cars that were stopped by killers.

Kennedy Agyapong Issues Strong Warning To Eyewitness Of MP’s Murder
Kennedy Agyapong Issues Strong Warning To Eyewitness Of MP’s Murder

“The guy didn’t speak well. When you do that, you make the job difficult for police officers, national security and those of us investigating. He spoke as if he was part of the entourage meanwhile he wasn’t part. I’m warning him to stop talking else he will be the first suspect. He should stop talking,” Kennedy Agyapong said.

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Ekow Quansah Hayford, the late MP, was murdered in cold blood in what has been branded an armed robbery attack.

So far, revelations by Kennedy Agyapong seem to feed the family of the deceased suspicion that the MP was assassinated.

The deceased uncle disclosed on Citi FM that the party was not convinced by the accounts of eyewitnesses.

“How can this be true and how can we accept this to be a true story. We doubt the whole story and for us to accept this, is very hard. We are just two months to the elections and tensions are rising. The security agencies should wake up and do their work,” he stressed.

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