My ‘Will’ will shock Ghanaians-Kennedy Agyapong

Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, Member of Parliament for Assin Central, was taken aback by how little he believes late Kwadwo Owusu Afriyie “Sir John” made after years of hard labor, describing the content of the late lawyer’s will as “peanuts.”

According to the NPP Flagbearer contender, considering the reaction to Sir John’s will, Ghanaians should expect a bigger shock when they see his will express disappointment that certain NPP members participated in Sir John’s crucifixion.


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Mr. Agyapong’s reaction came less than 24 hours after Nana Obiri Boahen, the NPP’s Deputy General, stated Sir John’s will’s properties were “too much.”

Mr. Kennedy Agyapong was speaking to the NPP USA, where he rescued Presidential Staffer Napaga Tia, who had been heckled by NPP USA members for attempting to make a point by criticising NPP members who publicized Sir John’s supposed Will on social media.

He suggested that the debate over Sir John’s will could be part of the opposition NDC’s strategy. As a result, he cautioned his Party Members from making disparaging remarks about Sir John.

“Look for six plots [for Sir John], and believe me when I say that when I declare my assets, you will be shocked.” He stated his case.



Because when I was reading Sir John’s will I said: ‘Ah, but this peanuts!?’… Yes, you will be shocked.” He went on to say.

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“So I put myself in Sir John’s shoes so if I am dead today this is what is going to happen? Even within my own party? So we have to be careful NPP”.


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In a purported will that went viral on social media, the late former Forestry Commission Chief Executive, often known as Sir John, donated portions of the Achimota Forest Reserve and Ramsar site properties to his relatives.

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