Source of Wealth :Kennedy Agyapong Spills Out The Source Of His Wealth
Ghanaian politician and entrepreneur ,Kennedy Agyapong has revealed the source of his wealth.
As indicated by him, the wellspring of his riches which numerous individuals battle to understand is because of his dynamic work during the 1980s handling reprieve records for undocumented outsiders in the US.
In an interview on Citi Tv’s Upside Down show as monitored by this platform ghlinks, Kennedy Agyapong said along with his supervisor at that point, Kwadwo Afram Asiedu, they prepared 2,500 applications for $2,500 each.
Source of Wealth
“In 1989, [US President] Ronald Reagan had presented a pardon program so I was lucky to work with a legal counselor. He is called Kwadwo Afram Asiedu. He enlisted me and I began working with him. That is the cocaine cash. That is the place I brought in the cash. I raked in some serious cash. We did around 2,500 applications and everyone paid $2,500. I did all the documentation and my chief, since he is an attorney, will proceed to introduce the records at the migration [office]. Out of the $2,500, my supervisor will get $700 and I will get the rest and utilize some for the documentation. So when we completed, I had raked in some serious cash,” he said.
He proceeded with that in the wake of coming back to Ghana, he exploited the US Visa Lottery program that was recently acquainted at the time with process reports for intrigued Ghanaians wishing to make a trip to the US.
Encouraging every documentation for $5,000, the blunt individual from the administering New Patriotic Party stated, before the finish of the program that year, he had made over $1 million including his own investment funds.
“At the point when individuals don’t have a clue about your experience and they imagine that you are a street pharmacist, it is so excruciating. To the additional opportunity of my cash… A great deal of Ghanaians had won the US lottery and they didn’t have the foggiest idea how to process it so I returned to America and this time another chief, Lawyer Fofie, I went there and disclosed to him that I have an association in Ghana… He was keen on the money in that spot. He took $500… I purchased the applications for $48,000, that is around 96 applications and carried it to Ghana.”