The Member of Parliament for Assin North, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong says he was sorry for his comments about Multimedia CEO, Kwasi Twum.
He however wants Asempa FM programme host, Bobie Ansah spoken to for allegedly persistently maligning him.
Ken Agyapong on Adom FM, Monday, explained that he was “pushed to the wall” in making the comments that suggested Kwasi Twum had something to do with drug trafficking, a comment which got the latter’s lawyers issuing a 24-hour ultimatum to Mr. Agyapong to retract and apologise or face a legal suit.
Speaking to Adakabre Frimpong Manso, host of Adom FM’s Dwaso Nsem programme, Kennedy Agyapong said he had a lot of respect and admiration for Kwasi Twum for how he carries himself and had expected him (Twum) to prevail upon Nana Kwabena Bobie Ansah, host of Asempa FM’s Ekosii Sen and Kukurantumi programmes, to refrain from what he said were persistently more disparaging and libelous claims against him (Agyapong).
According to the Assin North MP, he has since his (offending) comments about a week ago been inundated with calls for him to cease fire and that he was even ashamed of himself for his comments, particularly also for mentioning one Jones, whom he described as a “quiet guy”.
He maintained that he had no issue against Kwasi Twum and that he was sorry for the comments, however he has had cause to complain to Adakabre about his misgivings of Bobie’s conduct on radio. “He pushed me to the wall,” he maintained, explaining “Kwasi Twum is a nice man.”
Ken Agyapong said among those asking him to reconcile his relation with Kwasi Twum is his own wife, who he said has spoken well of the Multimedia CEO.
According to the MP, it is an in-law of his who has been arrested for drug offences and wondered how that should translate into he being a drug baron.
Story: Francis Hinakwah/Adom News