Contrary to negative public perceptions about, Assin North Member of Parliament and business man, Ken Agyepong, a woman who knows him well, (at home and in parliament) Sarah Adwoa Safo says, he is a good man and a sweet person to have or be with.

She was speaking on Starr FM in Accra when she took her turn on the Starr Chat show with Bola Ray.

Often, Ken Agyepong has been hastily been described by many Ghanaians as unruly, arrogant, disrespectful, mostly judging him from his way of communicating how he feels about issues that affects his party(NPP) and the country.

To some extend, some ‘holier than thou’ Ghanaians have even said he was a bad example to Ghanaian youth and possibly to his children, but on the contrary, Madam Sarah Safo, Member of Parliament for Dome-Kwabenya Constituency in the Greater Accra Region, says Ken Agyepong is a sweet father, whose children are proud of him.

Sarah Adwoa Safo, who also doubles as the Minister of State in charge of Procurement has two children with Ken Agyepong because they were once together, a relationship Madam Safo describes as a sweet love affair.

According to Adwoa Safo, politics separated them and nothing more, “… politics probably pushed us apart.” she said.

There have been claims that the two influential politicians got separated because the Assin North MP was violent and disrespectful, but the woman who knows him inside-out said, he is not violent and disrespectful and wish people will stop thinking negative about him and rather look at him from a positive side.

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Touching more on another unknown side of Ken Agyepong, Madam Sarah Safo said the Assin North MP has been a sweet father to her children even when they separated (a situation which does not happen when people who claim to be pious than Ken Agyepong, separate).

In recent time, Ken Agyepong has attracted so much negative reports as a result of some comments he has made in the media. There has also been some few reports about his philanthropic gestures in his constituency, the Central Region and to persons from other parts of the country.

Source: A1radioonline.com | 101.1MHz | Ghana

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