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Insider information surrounding the much-discussed alleged meeting between Assin Central Member of Parliament, Kennedy Agyapong, and Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia has taken a new turn.

Adakabri Frimpong Manso, a presenter with Despite Media, reportedly disclosed on Neat FM last week that the encounter was not as initially portrayed. According to Manso, Ken Agyapong was ambushed at home after evading numerous invitations from the Bawumia camp.

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“They did all they could to get him but he was also evading them, so they surveilled him till they realized he was at home and then they ambushed him,” Manso stated, questioning the necessity of informing someone about a visit.

He further elaborated, “This was a case where he was not aware. They tried all they could through the handlers, so when they checked and got information that he was at home, they made their move. They kept very long at the residence and had extensive conversations.”

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Manso indicated that a central theme of the discussions revolved around individuals who allegedly abused Agyapong during the flagbearer campaign.

Despite Agyapong securing a respectable second place in the November 4 polls, Bawumia emerged as the winner with over 61%, positioning him to lead the NPP in the 2024 general elections.

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