Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, Member of Parliament for Assin Central, has threatened to reveal the source of wealth of some Ghanaian journalists.
The controversial legislator says he is privy to how some so-called senior journalists in the country took advantage of unsuspecting politicians to acquire houses and other properties.
Speaking on Neat FM in Accra, the lawmaker cum businessman dared Kweku Baako, the editor-in-chief of the New Crusading Guide newspaper to come public on how he managed to acquire so many properties in Accra, despite the struggles of his publishing company.
What is more, the MP has said he would revealed the discreet activities of Mr Baako and his associates, who always meet at a coffee shop in Labone in Accra, to hatch their sinister plots.
“If the Coffee Shop mafia (referring to Mr Baako and his friends) push me to the wall, I will blow their cover in this country. I will tell the whole world how they amassed wealth. They should be careful with me or I will shut all of them up in this country!” Mr Agyapong yelled.
Mr Agypong is on a collision course with Mr Baako’s protégé, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, whose investigative firm, Tiger Eye PI, recently dropped a documentary over alleged corruption at the Ghana Football Association.
The exposé has led to government taking steps to dissolve the football governing body, after its president, Kwesi Nyantakyi tendered in his resignation.
But Mr Agyapong has vehemently disagreed with the methodology of the investigations, arguing that Mr Nyantakyi and other officials of the FA were targeted.
He has however threatened to expose Anas, who he claims, accepts inducements before he carries out projects of such nature.
The MP’s stance and subsequent criticisms have been met by fierce resistance from the quarters of Tiger Eye PI and Mr Baako.
They have consequently challenged the lawmaker to publish any incriminating evidence against them, with Anas filing a defamatory suit at an Accra High Court against the MP.
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