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Nana Aba Anamoah Boldly Promotes Online Petition To Get Kennedy Agyapong Banned From Entering The UK After His Threat On Ghanaian Journalist

We earlier reported on Member of Parliament for Assin Central Hon. Kennedy Akompreko Agyapong being captured on camera admitting to the help he gets from the president in his attacks on journalists in the country.

The Member of Parliament made some obscure disclosures about the power behind him that gives him the boldness to compromise a few Journalists in the country. As indicated by him in a recording, he affirmed that mysterious Journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas needed to utilize the media to obstruct him from talking.

Notwithstanding that, due to the help from the president, he had the option to overwhelm him, and surprisingly in court, he requested he takes off his mask before they continue with the case.

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Well, sensational media personality and general manager of GHOne TV, Nana Aba Anamoah has been slammed via online media for elevating a request to boycott Hon. Kennedy Agyapong from entering the United Kingdom. This petition is apparently a plan with some Ghanaian writers being the brain behind it.

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Nana Aba Anamoah
Nana Aba Anamoah

As per bits of gossip, it began to cause ripple effects via online media after Kennedy Agyapong boldly threatened to deal with one Joy News moderator.

Following his danger to the writer, the organization documented a claim against the Assin Central MP and he likewise promised to deal with them in court. Indeed, to the shock of, an online appeal is fanning out quickly as some writers are requesting that their fans sign to get Kennedy Agyapong prohibited from entering U.K.

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The request has video confirmations where Kennedy Agyapong undermined the journalist and as at now, more than 2,500 Ghanaians have added their marks.

Well, Nana Aba Anamoah after seeing the link took to the microblogging platform and shared the link saying; ”This is making rounds”.

Some social media commentators after seeing her tweet concluded that she is in support and did not just share it for the likes.

You can join the petition from Here


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