A look into Kennedy Agyapong‘s abandoned Million Dollar mansion in his village (video)

Wealth has its own way of rewarding those who acquire it lavish and luxurious lifestyle. Despite the naysayers about the economy of Ghana and hard economic conditions, there are some sects of people who are living it cool and splash. One of those is Kennedy Agypong.

Kennedy Agyapong is the New Partriotic Party’s Member of Parliament for the Assin Central. He is noted as one of the wealthy individuals in the political circles.

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After completing his second cycle education at Adisadel College, he left for New York to enroll in the prestigious Fordham University. He however withdrew himself from school by the time he was in level 300 to start his own business. He is now one of the business magnates in Ghana.

He is known for his loud talk at the various media house about his wealth, riches and achievements in life.

Well, Kennedy is a man of many accomplishments. He is the Founder & CEO of Kenpong Group of Companies, Kencity Multimedia and Supercare Group of Companies. He made his wealth from his real estate investments, travel & tour services, Charter airline and construction businesses.

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The Maverick politician also revealed that he owns a total of 128 houses despite his rough start in life where he used to sleep on a verandah anticipating the sunlight of the next day.

Now, out of nowhere, a video of Kennedy Agyapong’s abandoned house in his village (Assin Fosu in the Central Region) has popped up online.

From the commentary accompanying the video, one can say the houses on the compound could sum up to 30 with a swimming pool and a ballroom for recreation.

This latest video has proven the financial strength of Kennedy Agyapong.

Written by Opoku Asiedu

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