Reverend Isaac Owusu is unhappy about how the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) has treated its own lawmaker for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong.
The Founder and Leader of the Glorious Word and Power Ministry indicates that the treatment meted out to the vociferous NPP firebrand amounts to betrayal revealing how he is personally hurt by the comments and actions of some members of the elephant family.
He observes that Mr. Kennedy Agyapong until his recent boycott of various media platforms in defense of the party, was doing a great job but there are those within the same party who thought he was talking too much and needed to pull his brakes, yet will not also come to the defense of the party.
â€œOne of the most disheartening things in life is that the people you are fighting for will rise against you. That is what some members of the NPP have done to me I am pained. The kind of treatment they have meted out to Kennedy Agyapong is unfair. It is not the case I am doing politics but it is not good. They have accused him of talking too much. If he does not talk who will talk? The NPP has betrayed Kennedy Agyapongâ€, he revealed during a sermon monitored by MyNewsGh.com.
Reverend Owusu Bempah underscored the significance of Mr. Kennedy Agyapong to the fortunes of the NPP and warned that if they fail to plead with him to rescind his decision they could be heading to a crash.
It would be recalled that Mr. Kennedy Agyapong in March this year, almost broke down in tears while addressing members of NPP in his constituency expressing regrets over some decisions he made.
According to him, he has been used by the party and at a point abandoned to be subjected to what could pass for a national disgrace in parliament which he says has informed his decision not to seek reelection in 2020 as a lawmaker.
â€œThe way NPP has used me, when they were done they separated themselves and allowed all the disgrace to come on me. I am opening up today to you people, you can record and play to them. If I observe how I have lived my life and the way the NPP wants to treat me, I am calling it quitsâ€¦I wonâ€™t stand againâ€, he insisted.