You can't enjoy your orgasm alone and demand politicians to cater for your kids--- Kennedy Agyapong

You can’t enjoy your orgasm alone and demand politicians to cater for your kids— Kennedy Agyapong

You can’t enjoy your orgasm alone and demand politicians to cater for your kids— Kennedy Agyapong

The Member of Parliament (MP) of Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong has appealed to politicians not to succumb to the ploy by some constituent members who intentionally name their children after them with an idea of exhorting money to cater for their kids.

According to him, many Ghanaians have adopted that strategy to extort money from MPs and cautioned them against the act.

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Speaking in an interview on his television station, Net 2 in Accra on Wednesday, Mr Agyapong stated that politicians do not receive invitation when constituency members engage in the act of s3x, hence they had no obligation to cater for their kids.

“You foolishly sleep with a woman, have good s3x with her and you foolishly bring the child to me that you have named her after me so I should take care of the child,” he lamented.

Mr Agyapong noted that the act was fast growing among Ghanaians, stressing that due to how some politicians pamper electorates in the name of votes, the electorate take advantage to shift their responsibility to them.

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He revealed that lots of Ghanaians outside his constituency troop to his house with the excuse that they named their children after him to compel him to be the breadwinner of the child.

“I have over 200 kids that have been named after me. When you were making love with your wife, did you mention Kennedy Agyapong’s name? Stupid, we are not bold to criticise these things,” he stressed.

Mr Agyapong called on the citizenry not to take advantage of their MPs due to their benevolent deeds to demand money to cater for their wards.

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He observed that the issue was a challenge to many politicians and was difficult for them to voice it out.

Mr Agyapong lamented that politicians also have their own responsibilities, adding that “we don’t receive better salaries to be doing all these things.”

He therefore advised parent to be responsible and cater fully for their wards.


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