Agya Koo, a well-known campaigner for Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, was noticeably absent from the Thanksgiving party over the weekend, per checks made by mynewsgh.com
The Kumawood star pushed hard for flagbearer candidate Kennedy Agyapong and even wrote a song for him.
Before this happened, Agya Koo had said many times that he was loyal to Mr. Agyapong.
Agya Koo’s song “Onoa,” whose words were written in Twi and showed support for Kennedy Agyapong, was not played at the party.
Kennedy Agyapong thanked his campaign team and fans for fighting hard at the party.
In his eight-minute speech, he thanked people and made fun of some of his opponents. He also gave a hint about his future in politics, even though he is about to leave parliament after 20 years.
“We fought, and you know that you either win or lose.” “This was one man against the whole system,” he said to cheers from campaign workers and fans from all over the country who were there that night.
“They didn’t think I would do well; when the election was almost over, they told me I would get no more than 10%.” Others brought up a study that said I would get 15%. “Today they are all hiding,” he said.