The Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central in the Central Region, Mr Kennedy Ohene Agyapong has spoken publicly about his fitness and explained he lately underwent a talented surgical treatment in the United States of America (USA), which value US$283,000 to do away with a tumour.
In a radio interview with a neighborhood radio station at Assin Fosu in the Central Region on Thursday (December 30, 2021), Mr Agyapong denied reports that he had a stroke
He said he slipped in the toilet and knocked his head, the proper aspect of his head.
Some days later, he stated he experienced a continuous headache for about 5 days and so he decided to go for a check-up.
The New Patriotic Party (NPP) vociferous MP said a CT-scan at Lancet at East Legon in Accra detected a tumor on the left side of his head, which the doctor stated was once now not from the fall and that it had been there for sometime.
When the physician encouraged that it should be removed, Mr Agyapong said he travelled to the USA for in addition checks, which established the tumor in the left side.
He said the medical doctor in the USA was once able to tell him how lengthy it had been there and commended the doctors at Lancet for being capable to realize it.
He said the physician in the USA also proven the measurement of the tumor, which had been detected by way of the medical doctor at Lancet to be almost the measurement of a laptop mouse.
He was counseled to cast off it before it will become cancerous and so he went beforehand to take away it.
Mr Agyapong stated that used to be the medical technique he lately underwent in the USA and disputed reviews that he had a stroke.
He said the docs said the tumor was spreading progressively and that it was once really helpful that it was once eliminated due to the fact he was once nonetheless “young”.
He stated he used to be not sick and that he had been going for a clinical review every year.
His interview at the radio station also touched on his philanthropic things to do the place he talked about the matters he was donating to residents in his constituency in Assin Central for the Yuletide.
Mr Agyapong donated money and objects to widows, the elderly and paid the faculty fees of some college students in his constituency.
The items included sewing machines and hairdryers for trainee seamstresses and ‘hairdressers’. It also covered meals items such as rice and cooking oil for the elderly