Kwabena Agyei Agyepong, a flagbearer aspirant for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), has discussed the lifestyle of his polygamous father. Kwabena Agyei Agyepong is a member of the New Patriotic Party.
Mr. Agyepong revealed this information during an interview with Delay that was observed by GhanaWeb. He said that after his father moved back to Ghana in 1962, he fathered children with five different women.
Kwabena Agyepong revealed that one of the five women was a woman who had been his family’s primary educator and caregiver when he and his brothers were younger.
“After completing his studies in law in 1961, my grandfather moved the family back to Ghana…
In 1962, when I was born, my mother was there with him.
My mother worked as a stenographer after my father had returned to Ghana and settled there. She had attended Piedmont College in London, and so, she returned there to complete her education. She would visit once a year in order to become acquainted with a new baby mama and a new addition to my father’s family… In addition to having children with my mother, my father has also had children with five other women…”
“Because my mother enjoyed traveling so much, she frequently visited both the United States and Ghana. My father finally married the woman who had been taking care of my sister and me in the past. Auntie Comfort is the moniker that people call her. She was our teacher,” he informed the host.
The fascinating account of how the former General Secretary of the NPP first introduced his father to the woman who would become his mother was also provided by this individual.
“My mother’s name is Margaret Agyepong, and she was born in Ghana. I’ve been told that my father had a friendship with one of my mother’s uncles. When my grandfather would go to visit his buddy, he would often notice a young lady sweeping the home while he was there. As a result, he started showing interest in her. During those times, when my father was away at law school in another country, my mother was forced to live on a ship. She was not even in her teens yet. She was probably 17 or 18 at the time. My mother was taken all the way to Liverpool so that my father could marry her there. Two of their children were born in Liverpool, and the other three were born in Ghana.”
Kwabena Agyepong has made public his intention to run for the role of flagbearer on the New Patriotic Party ticket in the upcoming election.