The New Patriotic Party Member of Parliament for Assin North Kennedy Agyapong has labeled the national organiser of the National Democratic Congress Kofi Adams as a “cheap boy”, who is unfit to be his “house help”.
The two were engaged in a verbal war on Adom TV’s Badwam on Tuesday during a political discussion on President John Mahama’s rally.
The NPP firebrand who was angered by Adams’ comment that he was a drug dealer went ballistic, saying the former spokesperson of former President JJ Rawlings would have been a pauper if not for politics.
“If not for politics a cheap boy like you can’t talk to me the way you are talking, fool, you are not even fit to be my house boy… but I don’t blame you, I blame the cheap politics, fool, who are you,” an angry Agyapong said.
Mr. Agyapong dared the ruling NDC government to arrest him if they have any evidence of him dealing in drugs.
“If you people say I deal in drugs why don’t you arrest me, you guys (NDC) have been in power for over six years why don’t you arrest me when you keep saying am a drug dealer.
“A poor teacher like you, if not for politics can you talk to me the way you are talking to me?…foolish man,” Agyapong added.