Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, has opened up on one of his daughters he reveals is a drug addict, school dropout and a nymphomaniac.
He revealed on live radio that he bought a Bentley with the school fees of the daughter he refused to name, adding that she now gallivants the streets of America literally prostituting in view of the choices she made in life.
Speaking on Accra-based OMAN FM monitored by MyNewsGh.com to motivate other children to take their lives seriously, Kennedy said his daughter was very intelligent growing up and had the opportunity of attending some of the best schools in the world.
He said her first suspension in school was when she was at SOS where she jumped the school’s wall to go and sleep with a Nigerian guy.
Although he was angry at her then, his wife took her in and got her to write her exams which she passed at the first attempt. Her results earned her an admission at California Institute of Architecture which was ranked the eighth-best school at the time.
The lawmaker said he was in a plane travelling to China when he received a call from this daughter of his that she has dropped out of the school after he had already paid three years of her fees at the Institute.
“What hurts me about this whole thing is that during that semester, I had already paid $42,000 within three weeks into the semester, she said she won’t continue the schooling. When her Chinese roommate went to check on her, she told me my daughter had sniffed several hounds of cocaine. She’s with the whites who sleep with her because of her addiction.”
The NPP firebrand said recently his daughter was on social media soliciting for funds to further her education and he was happy she is currently suffering for the choices she made in the past and he is not ready to help her in any way.
“I was supposed to have paid $168,000 for the remaining two years in architecture school but with her decision to drop out of the school, I added some money to the money I had set aside to pay her fees and bought a Bentley with it,” he noted, adding that, “I wanted to register the car with the inscription a fools school fees but my wife said I should not do that because the car is an expensive one.”