Maverick politician and Member of Parliament for Assin North, Ken Agyapong has warned Central Regional Minister, Kwabena Duncan not to dare step on his tore, lest he makes life uncomfortable for him.
The firebrand Legislator has served notice that he’ll cause problems for the Regional Minister if he ever makes the mistake of speaking ill about him.
His vituperations follow Kwamena Duncan’s comment on the involvement of Hon. Ken Agyapong and MP for Effutu, Alexander Afeny Markin in the happenings at the University of Education, Winneba.
There were reports that not long after Hon. Kwamena Duncan acting in his capacity as the Head of the Central Regional Security Council (REGSEC) had announced the close down of the university on Thursday following violent demonstration by the student, Hons, Ken Agyapong and Afenyo Markin who had also come to the campus ordered the students to stay on campus as the university had not been closed down.
Hon. Kwamena Duncan, who was asked to comment on the development in a radio interview indicated that he was yet to confirm that information, but added that if indeed the two MPs did that then it amounted to misconduct on their part.
But this comment did not go down well with Ken Agyapong as he got angry and shredded Kwamena Duncan into pieces.
“Some people in the party are burnt on disgracing me and making me a scapegoat, am I a small boy. I’ll not sit aloof for that to happen, how can you say I’ve gone to defy your orders. What is Regional Minister, I don’t need that position for anything. Can he Kwamena Duncan stand me? If he dares the sort of problems I’ll give him, he’ll forever regret that he stepped on my toes. If he doesn’t take care I’ll descend heavily on him, he alone has taken 50 road contracts that were awarded in the Central Region. When there was chaos after he spoke to the students, he drove off, Hon. Afenyo Markin and I were the people calming the students down.
“What was Kwamena Duncan’s contribution to the Central Region during the 2016 campaign. Did he buy even iced water for anyone? We’ve won power and people who did nothing are rather throwing their weight about. Always some people in the party want to paint me black before the public, but I’ll resist that.”