Assin Central MP, Kennedy Agyapong says he is not convinced that the ‘papa no’ tag on Former President Mahama is legitimate.
According to the ballistic legislator, Mahama’s rapport with females in his party has given many the false belief that he may be responsible for the social media brawl that ensued between Trace Boakye and Mzbel which birthed the term ‘papa no.’
Mr Agyapong added that no person is morally clean to point accusing fingers at Mr Mahama with the hope of tarnishing his image and reputation. He stressed that today it is the turn of the NDC flagbearer but it could be the turn of whomever later.
“Today is Mahama tomorrow it may be me. I’m defending the principle that it is wrong. The women talk too much,” he said.
In other news, the same Kennedy Agyapong has accused NPP stalwart A Plus of having a previous sexual relationship with actress Tracey Boakye which he is yet to pay for and the actress want to sabotage Mahama with this scandal to extort money from him.