It’s becoming obvious that NPP’s firebrand and lawmaker, Kennedy Agyapong is holding on to his promise to be truthful and credible notwithstanding his political stance.
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Following the exposé carried out by JoyNews and masterminded by famed journalist Mannaseh Awuni Azuri which highlighted how the NPP government is using the Osu Castle to train militia group called De-eye group, the NPP released a long statement to dismissed the issue.
However, in a radio interview on Sources FM in the United Kingdom on Friday, Kennedy Agyapong said there was an iota of truth in the Joy News report.
He said he was personally approached by someone who wanted to go and join them and the person demanded that he assisted him with GHc2000 which was supposed to be his admission fee but he (Agyapong) advised the person against it.
The MP said he heard about the operations of De-Eye group when a gentleman approached him for GHc2000 to be recruited into the security services by the group.
He said his checks revealed that it was fraud and that it was one former New Patriotic Party (NPP) bodyguard who was training people at the Castle.
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“Is there an element of truth or not,” Mr Agyapong asked.
“There is an element of truth about the operations of the [De-Eye] group at the (Osu) Castle.”
Are you saying that when the boy was training them daily, no one in authority saw them, Mr Agyapong questioned.
He said it was later explained to him [Agyapong] that the promoter of the group, Nana Wireko Addo, hired to security companies the people he was training at the Castle.