You won’t believe why Kennedy Agyapong avoided girls’ schools – it’s all about a white shirt! (+VIDEO)
Hon Kennedy Agyapong, the Member of Parliament for Assin Central and the aspiring flagbearer for the New Patriotic Party, recently shared a personal story from his secondary school days.
He revealed that he was unable to visit any girls’ school during his time in school because he didn’t own a white shirt, which was a prerequisite for such visits.
Speaking at an event, the politician recounted how some activities in secondary school were not meant for him due to the inadequacy of his white shirt as compared to that of his colleagues. He humorously stated that the times have changed since then, and he now has an array of beautiful white shirts.
Furthermore, he pointed out that he is no longer interested in chasing after women like he used to do in the past. Instead, he claims that women are the ones chasing after him.
Hon Agyapong’s disclosure has sparked mixed reactions on social media. While some people found it amusing, others found it rather trivial and irrelevant to his position as a member of parliament. Some critics pointed out that his statement perpetuates gender stereotypes by suggesting that men should be the ones pursuing women.
However, supporters of Hon Agyapong came to his defense, stating that he was merely sharing a personal anecdote and that it was not meant to be taken seriously.
Regardless of the reactions, it is evident that Hon Kennedy Agyapong is not one to shy away from sharing personal stories or speaking his mind. His candor and outspokenness have made him a popular figure in Ghanaian politics.
In conclusion, Hon Agyapong’s revelation about not being able to visit girls’ schools due to the lack of a white shirt highlights the importance of dress codes in educational institutions. While it may seem trivial, it is a reminder that small details can have significant impacts on our experiences.
Hon. Kenedy Agyapong’s advise to students 🥰🙌🙌………..a heart touching storryyy🤲🏾😢