Assin Central MP Kennedy Agyapong has dared the Deputy General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Koku Anyidoho, to a two-man boxing bout over allegations that he [Ken Agyapong] was involved in drugs.
According to Mr Agyapong, Anyidoho tried to force the police and drug suspect, Asem Darkey to include his [Agyapong’s] name in a supposed list of suspected drug barons as far as the 77 missing parcels of cocaine saga was concerned.
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“I have the police officer here who can come and testify”, Mr Agyapong said on Oman FM's 'National Agenda' morning show on Wednesday.
He said: “Koku Anyidoho pushed the guy and if you remember, he was going around threatening that the passports of the people involved will be seized because there are big names involved and those people want to travel. But all that was cooked up by Koku Anyidoho”.
He claimed that “the guy [Asem Darkey] involved said he does not know me and the police declined to drag me in the matter”.
“I swear, Koku Anyidoho, I’ll take care of him. I won’t go to the police or court. I’ll take care of him very well.
“I dare him, if he claims he is a man, a ring should be provided for the two of us. We’ll fight till one of us dies.”