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Hon. Kennedy Agyepong Sues Kevin Taylor For Defamation

Member of Parliament for Assin North Hon. Kennedy Agyepong has taken a step to sue based Ghanaian NDC Blogger Kevin Taylor for a 15 million dollars defamation suit.


New Patriotic Party’s Hopeson Adorye confirmed this information.

According to a post by Hopeson Adorye, Hon Kennedy Agyepong filed this suit at the Virginia State Court, and by civil procedure, he has to respond within 21 days.
The member of Parliament is suing the blogger for spreading sensitive false health issues about him.


According to Kevin Taylor, a member of Parliament has suffered a stroke and is currently being bed driven and currently in the United States of America seeking health care.


He also revealed that he had had surgery on his brain due to the stroke and wished him ill death.
This information was widely spread in ghana, which sparked a lot of controversies on social media.


Many good wishers took to social media to wish the Parliamentarian well, while others thought it was payback for running his loudmouth.

According to legitimate sources, the member of Parliament just took his annual leave days from work and decided to relax at his American mansion.

Over the years, the businessman cum politician has been going back and forth with this blogger over political issues in ghana because they both belong on different sides and do not have the same political ideology.
Kevin Taylor is also known for his major support for Former President and NDC’s flagbearer HE John Dramani Mahama, and his famous dissemination of information in favour of the National Democratic Congress.

It is alleged that he is not on the payroll of former President John Dramani Mahama and is in charge of doing his dirty works and making HE Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo unpopular.
So far, through his videos on youtube, one can attest that he is doing a great job of tarnishing the image of some leading members of the new Patriotic Party, especially Hon. Kennedy Agyepong.

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