Minority leader in Parliament who is also the Member of Parliament (MP) for Suame constituency Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu has advised colleague MP for Assin South Constituency Kennedy Agyapong to refrain from the use of abusive words on the airwaves.
The Minority leader remarked that Mr. Agyapong who has large following sometimes have good messages, but is unable to properly communicate them well to his target audience
Speaking on Starr chat with Bola Ray on Wednesday, he said no man is infallible and thus entreated Kennedy Agyapong to work on his flaws as it adversely affects the party.
‘He has good content but it doesn’t come across very well, we had a retreat and the person who spoke to us on appropriate communications even cited him that he is much loved by a huge section of our party base, unfortunately sometimes the way he comes across is not the best, so he should watch it, …each person has his own weakness, who doesn’t, I have my own weakness, I don’t play the angel, am human, occasionally people will call you and tell you that you did this, but you nearly went beyond your bounds, you accept in good faith,’ he admonished.
The firebrand politician and businessman has gained an unenviable accolade for going haywire on the airwaves to be measured by his utterances.
Some comments which he has made in the past deemed inciting, tribalistic and treasonable have landed him in the grips of the law.
But it appears he remains unbending in his conduct of public outburts.