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Kennedy Agyapong's Net Worth, Life, Age and Family.

Kennedy Agyapong's Net Worth, Life, Age and Family.
Kennedy Agyapong's Net Worth, Life, Age and Family.

Kennedy Agyapong’s net worth

Kennedy Agyapong's net worth is currently not known as there is no valid information, stating what Kennedy Agyapong net worth, is.  However, he is considered to be one of the wealthiest politicians in all of Ghana. Under the Kenpong Group of Companies, he is the owner of approximately 20 different companies. 

Kennedy Ohene Agyapong is a prominent politician and businessman in Ghana. He is the member of parliament for the New Patriotic Party and represents the constituency of Assin Central. In the year 2000, he won his first election to the position of member of parliament for the constituency of Assin North. In both the 2004 and 2008 elections for the legislature, he was successful in defending his position. In 2012, he won the election to serve in the newly created seat of Assin Central, and he won same position again in 2016. In addition, he was successful in defending his seat in the general elections of 2020.

Early life

Ohene Agyapong was born on 16th June, 1960, in the town of Assin Dompim, which is located in Ghana's Central Region. He completed his secondary school education at Adisadel College, which is located in the Central Region. Agyapong has an A Level in General Certificate of Education and attended Fordham University in New York, United States of America. In addition to farming, he is successful in business and serves on the boards of directors for Assin Farms, the Supercare Group of Companies, and Hollywood Shopping Centre. He is the father of 22 children and has 2 wives.


Kennedy Agyapong is one of the few remaining politicians in Ghana who has never been defeated in an election. The success of Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo in the elections of 2016 was due, in large part, to his work ethic and industry. Additionally, he was a significant factor in the victories of numerous New Patriotic Party parliamentary candidates, including K.T. Hammond and many others.

On the other hand, Kennedy Agyapong chairs the Defence and Interior Committee in Parliament, under the current presidency of Nana Akufo-Addo.

Mr. Agyapong has said that he would take his own life if the brother of former President John Mahama, Ibrahim Mahama, is not imprisoned by the administration of Akufo-Addo for various corrupt acts. These actions, according to Agyapong, have resulted in the loss of money for the state. One example that he provided was that Ibrahim Mahama did not pay his taxes for more than a year at the time that his brother John Dramani Mahama was serving as President of the Republic of Ghana.

The statements and pronouncements of Kennedy Agyapong via the media, led to an inquiry of Ibrahim Mahama, which ultimately resulted in Ibrahim Mahama agreeing to pay the aforementioned taxes. Kennedy Agyapong earned praise from a diverse cross-section of Ghanaians as a result of this action.

Mr. Agyapong's indirect attack on the Electoral Commissioner of Ghana, Charlotte Osei, for the alleged statements that, she traded sex for her position as the Electoral Commissioner (EC) boss brought upon him criticisms from various leaders including Queen mothers and human rights activists as well as other members of parliament. 

In 2018, after the dismissal of GFA president, Kwasi Nyantakyi, Kennedy Agyapong said that, anti-corruption investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas should be stopped before he starts investigating people in their "bedrooms while they are asleep." 

He has repeatedly threatened Anas and was condemned internationally by the Committee to Protect Journalists and Reporters. And without hindrance, he stated that Anas’s methods were ‘unfair’. Speaking live on Adom FM on 4 June 2018, he called Anas “a blackmailer, an extortionist”, mimed his throat being cut and said he should be “hanged.” He also called for “retribution” against Anas’ fellow reporter, Ahmed Hussein-Suale, saying “If he comes here, beat him… Whatever happens, I’ll pay.” Hussein-Suale was subsequently assassinated.

Cars and Private Jet

It is thought that Honorable Kennedy Agyapong is the first person in Ghana to buy an $8 million Rolls Royce. It is also believed that he has a private jet, which has sparked requests for a probe into his fortune by the Customs Excise and Preventive Service.

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Source: ghananews.hrforum.uk

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