The maverick Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central,
Mr Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has apologised to the Majority Leader in Parliament for his outburst at him .
He said he could not control his anger because the Ashanti Regional Vice Chairman of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kwabena Nsenkyire had insulted him [Agyapong], arguing that he was not fit to be an MP and that if he cannot coexist with Anas in Ghana, he should pack baggage and go and live in Togo and that, he was never going to refer to him as an “Honourable MP”.
The Majority Leader,
“If you question his methods, does that mean you should launch a personal blistering attack on the person? Stating emphatically that he is corrupt and so on and so forth. We should be careful, especially as Members of Parliament,”
Agyapong's conduct angered both members of the Majority and Minority and they agreed that he should be hauled before the Privileges Committee of Parliament.
When the matter was raised in Parliament,
He said he has personally called
Adding, he said Parliament has no case against him because he was only responding to the fact that the Gh¢11,000 remuneration from Parliament was peanuts for him in response to what Nsenkyire had said.
'Who watches the watchman'
He said already, from Anas' documentary, even though it was evidently clear that President Akufo-Addo did not condone Kwesi Nyantakyi's act, the NDC was spinning it in an attempt to denigrate the President.
He insisted he has his reputation on the line and that if he has no evidence to back his outbursts against Anas, he would not say so.
He said throughout his recent international trip to America and other areas, “everybody is waiting for the 'Who watches the watchman' video.”
In a jovial manner,
He said between himself and