“GHANAIANS HAVE LOST TRUST IN ANAS AFTER KENNEDY AGYAPONG EXOPSED HIM” – LOKA

25th February, 2019

PRESS RELEASE BY LOYALISTS OF KENNEDY AGYAPONG-LOKA

“GHANAIANS HAVE LOST TRUST IN ANAS AFTER KENNEDY AGYAPONG EXOPSED HIM”

Our attention has been drawn to the lambast received by Anas Aremeyaw Anas on social media following his decision to release another fiasco of an exposé on the fight against galamsey. Whilst some dare him to bring real captured audios instead of voice overs, others say his credibility is no more valid.

We all used to support Anas until recently that the authenticity of his works was challenged by Hon. Kennedy Agyapong with evidence through his exposés. Now! Ghanaians are very wide open and will not be tricked ito believing any cock and bull story full of comedies. Now Ghanaians are very much smart and will not condone to any fake journalism.

We at LOKA have always stood by our role model Hon. Kennedy Agyapong about his exposé of corrupt journalism in our dear country since who watches the watchman’s days. We believe that, Anas has lost his credibility and therefore Ghanaian do not trust him anymore and that he is just trying to win some cheap popularity by trying to show he cares about the country when indeed he only does it for his pocket as claimed by Hon. Kennedy Agyapong.

We shall continue to support Hon. Kennedy Agyapong in defending this nation from wicked mafia men who only think of amassing wealth by the detrimental of the state and nothing else and wouldn’t think about its effects on the on their victims. We therefore call all and sundry to support Hon. Kennedy Agyapong to bring more exposé for better Ghana.

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Long live Kennedy Agyapong
Long live NPP
Long live Ghana

Benghazi
President-LOKA/Spokesperson to Kennedy Agyapong
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