God will judge all of you – Kennedy Agyapong to NPP

Member of Parliament for Assin Central Constituency has lashed out at his ruling New Patriotic Party for their lackadaisical towards finding justice for their very own J.B Danquah, after he was murdered some years ago.

According to him, his party has done nothing about the murder of the fine gentleman after coming to power because appointees of the Akufo-Addo led administration are enjoying their positions and see no benefit they will derive from seeking justice for the late J.B Danqhah.

Joseph Boakye Danquah Adu who a Ghanaian chartered accountant was murdered in his house on the 9th of February, 2016.

The Abuakwa North Member of Parliament was stabbed dead in the early hours of the morning. Subsequently, the police arrested a man for the murder. The man, Daniel Asiedu, later confessed to killing the MP, in a struggle as he tried to rob him, and was charged with murder.

God will judge all of you - Kennedy Agyapong to NPP

It has been almost four years since the NPP came into power but it seems the NPP party is not interested finding justice for the member of Parliament.

Reacting to how his party folks are not making any positive progress with case of J.B Danquah on his Net 2 TV, said this makes it not worth dying for the NPP.

“…that is the impression I get. That a whole NPP Member of Parliament has died, you’ve come to power you’ve not done anything about this man. I will not sit down for anybody to disgrace me in the name of NPP, I will not, I don’t even care if they sack me from the party. I will not sacrifice my life for anybody for disgrace. We are in power, a whole MP for our party has died, he died when we were in opposition and you cannot do any investigation now in power because you are all comfortable and enjoying your positons. God will judge all of us.”

Kennedy Agyapong then appealed to the family J.B Danquah to seek justice for their murdered relative.

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