The proceeds of the hearing as per, Mr kennedy Agyapong as represented by Honourable Afenyo Markins who stood as his lawyer argued that indeed there are questions to the evidence tendered by the complainant Honourable Muntaka Mohammed. However the proceedings in its meeting played the evidence tendered in on live Screen at the sitting, in reference the evidence came from Oman Fm and Net 2 Tv respectively. Mr Agyapong however argued that he never said parliament was useless neither did he say the Majority leader was useless as representing parliament of Ghana, but he however admited that he said parliament was “Cheap”out of furiousity when the Npp deputy Regional chairman Mr Senkyere said on a number of Stations that he Kennedy Agyapong was cheap and if he cant come into terms with Anas investigation then he should go and live in Togo. He added, i have apologised to the Majority leader and the Said Mr Senkyere have also apologised to me hence am willing to render an apology if the need arises to Parliament.

Meeting Details at Priviliges Committee

The Assin Central MP, Kennedy Agyapong, has written to the Privileges Committee of Parliament to urging it to suspend its sitting after he filed a motion to have the Speaker of Parliament rescind the referral of his case to the committee.

Mr. Agyapong has been hauled before the Privileges Committee over comments, the Minority Chief Whip, Muntaka Mubarak deems contemptuous. This is the second of such motions filed by Mr. Agyapong. He filed the motion on Monday ahead of the second sitting of the committee.

The first sitting in June ended inconclusively after three MPs from the Central Region on the Committee recused themselves over possible bias.
The MPs were Gomoa Central MP, Naana Eyiah Quansah; Agona West MP, Cynthia Morrison and Upper Denkyira West MP, Samuel Nsowah-Djan.

The three have subsequently been replaced on the committee from the Majority.
The replacements are Yaw Buaben Asamoah, Adentan MP; Yaw Maama Afful, Jaman South MP; and Nana Akua Afriyie, Ablekuma North MP. The committee subsequently established a prima facie case against Mr. Agyapong, hence his appointment with the committee.