Hot Video: Kennedy Agyapong Vows To SACK All Net2 TV Managers For Continuously Running Adverts Before His Interview

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The man every Ghanaian irrespective of one’s political affiliation will love to hate is Kennedy Ohene Agyapong who represents Assin Central in parliament for the New Patriotic Party.

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The above-mentioned politician is well-known for his realest stance on issues and that makes every critical thinking Ghanaian loves him not excluding the NDC faithful.

And now, Kennedy Agyapong has chastised the managers of his television channel, Net2, for what he called foolishness.

He vented his anger on the TV station’s executives after they planned to air commercials for almost 15 minutes before a scheduled interview with him.

Although the station’s executives will believe they are making money for the station, he claims that this “foolish” move would cause audiences to go to other networks.

Speaking angrily to the host of the show, Kennedy Agyapong said

“use yourself as an example, look what you have done here, it is bogus. Let me tell you, how can you think I have to come here to manage everything?”

He also added:

“This is a foolish act, what kind of nonsense is that? I’ve been sitting here all this while and all you do is an advert?… which TV Station will you go to and they will load plenty of adverts like that with the panelist just sitting there?”



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