Kennedy Agyapong fires talk show host Judge Kwaku Annan for insulting Bawumia

  • Maverick politician, Kennedy Agyapong, has sacked a popular face from his TV channel, Judge Annan
  • Judge Annan was removed from his role as host of ‘The Seat Show’ for making insulting comments against Vice President Dr Mahamudu Bawumia
  • Mr Agyapong explained that he sacked Mr Annan because although he aspires to lead the party just like Dr Bawumia, he will not allow divisive comments on his TV channel.

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Maverick politician, Kennedy Agyapong, has sacked Judge Kweku Annan, a popular talk show host on his television channel, for insulting the Vice President, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia.

Mr Annan was the face of ‘The Seat Show’, broadcast on Accra-based NET2 TV every Monday and Wednesday evening.

According to a Pokuase Mail article, Mr. Annan’s dismissal was announced by Mr. Agyapong.

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Ken Agyapong and Judge Annan
Ken Agyapong (L) and Judge Kweku Annan. Source: UGC
Source: UGC

The story explained that the MP for Assin Central and presidential candidate decided to sack the talk show host after his attention was drawn to a video posted on YouTube which sought to disparage Dr Bawumia.

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Addressing some NPP supporters, Kennedy Agyapong said, “I will not allow my station or any of my staff to disparage any flag bearer of my party. I want unity in the party after the contest” , quoted Mr. Agyapong, quoted by the Pokuase Mail.

Ken Agyapong donates $100,000 to the Ghana Armed Forces reported in a separate article that Presidential aspirant and Assin Central MP Kennedy Agyapong donated $100,000 to the Ghana Armed Forces (GAF) to train doctors for the 37 military hospital.

Doctors and other medical staff will be trained in India to run the hospital’s cardiothoracic ward, which it is also building.

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The donation was received by Vice Admiral Seth Amoama, Chief of the Defense Staff. He praised the philanthropist MP for his unwavering help.

“It has strengthened your resolve to contribute to the general health care and socio-economic development of Ghana,” he commended the legislator.

In 2021, the MP marked the start of an 80-bed project that would house 37 Military Hospital Cardiothoracic Center in Accra.

The state-of-the-art health infrastructure will include a cardiothoracic training center and a conference room.

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Javier E. Swan