Just as most Ghanaians thought the war on politics of insults and the use of foul language on the country’s airwaves had been won, there seems to be a contrary solitary voice that believes the victory will last for a short time.
When kids at the crčche and the kindergarten even at their tender age have noticed the fact to be polite in their language during public discourse, Kennedy Ohene Agyepong, New Patriotic Party (NPP) Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin North in the Central Region, thinks it is fashionable to insult his political opponents, even on a live radio discussion.
This supposed NPP MP threw good manners to the dogs on Okay FM last Saturday when in a very familiar fashion rained vituperations on Mr. Richard Quarshigah, Propaganda Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), describing him as “a corpse decorated and laid in state.”
He said Mr. Quashigah is the ugliest of God’s creation, adding “Quashigah, I am telling you, if you like, face me, upon all your education it’s propaganda you can do, you are a fool, villager, come and be my boy boy and I will pay you more money.”
Mr. Agyepong, who provided enough evidence to be given the highest karat of gold medal as the King of insults in modern-day Ghanaian politics, used other unprintable words for Mr. Quashigah, who was just not in the mood to trade words with him because he towered above his pettiness, wondering if Mr. Agyepong qualified to be called an honorable MP.
Source: The Enquirer
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