Kennedy Ohene Agyapong the outspoken NPP MP has revealed that he will never forgive former President Jerry John Rawlings. He accused the former president as the one who made his half-Ghanaian half-Nigerian mother suffered serious hypertension complication after 31st December Coup D’etat.
KEN Agyapong narrating the sad story swore saying the former president will “suffer to glorify the name of God.” He made this revelation on Adom TV’s Badawam on Tuesday
He referenced to the former president’s body shaking when standing as part of the punishment. Newsghana24.com monitored the discussion in which the MP for Assin Central said: “Rawlings will suffer to glorify God; he will suffer to glorify God”.
Why I’ll never forgive Rawlings- KEN Agyapong
According to the MP, he will never forgive the former president for a reason. He said when the 31st December Coup D’eta took place, his mother and dad who stayed in Alajo. They brought in a truckload of goods such as milk, roofing sheets, led bags, buckets and others from Nigeria. After the mum had sold the goods, she was scared for her life because she might be asked where she got the huge sum of money from.
He revealed that former President Jerry John Rawlings was the one who supervised the burning of the money the mum had. The act led to her mother developing hypertension. She lived with it until her death last year.
According to Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, his stepfather is still alive and can easily authenticate the story for anyone who wants to verify it.
Some Prominent Persons Executed after the 31st December Coup D’etat
The bitter MP, for this reason, has decided that forgiving the former president is out of the question. Former president Kuffour had used the reconciliation and petition avenue he created to healed wounds of many.
History has it that, former President Jerry John Rawlings championed the execution of many. This includes Six Generals of the Ghana Armed Forces. Others are two Heads of State Lieutenant-General Okatakyie Akwasi Amankwa Afrifa (1968-1969) and General Fred William Kwasi Akuffo (1978-1979).