Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr By Our Monitoring Desk Assin Central Member of Parliament (MP), Kennedy Agyapong, has given the strongest indication that the woman at the centre of the infamous Kan Dapaah leaked video tape, now identified as Chantelle Kujawu but born Selassie Gertrude Bedzo, could suffer the same fate as the late Ahmed Suale. The MP who claims to know details about the said the woman who recorded the video call and has stated that she would not go unpunished for her move to disgrace big men in the country, and her brazen threat that she would bring the Government down if the insults against her does not stop, fumed: “I dare her to bring whatever she has out…but Ghana you tolerate nonsense. You just take care of her… She should dare and we would take care of her good.” Sharing his thoughts on an evening programme, the Seat Show, on his television network, Net2, in Accra, Kennedy Agyapong also said, “What the lady has done is serious, I’ve heard on another… she’s bragging that she can bring a government down. Is it not Canada she stays at? She lives in Toronto and she is bragging. I hear she’s in town and even A Plus has gone to see her. But nobody is interested in her. A person like that is charting her own path. She will get her punishment…” He continued “If she intends to use her long nails to disgrace any big man … you go and prostitute to buy first-class plane tickets and that is what you are doing to men and think you’ll go scot-free? Wow! Posterity will judge everybody …she will get her punishment.” Hon Kennedy Agyapong also disclosed that he had an audio tape of the lady bragging to bring the NPP government down and in return, he has also threatened to disgrace her if she dares and not even A Plus can save her. The Assin Central latest signal has sent shockwaves down the spines of many a Ghanaian considering that he it was who first circulated the picture of the Ahmed Suale, the investigator who was working with celebrated undercover journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, which led to his untimely death exactly a year yesterday. The Ghana Journalists Association (GJA) will however hold an event on Thursday to mark the 1st anniversary of Ahmed Suale’s assassination. The event will take place at 9:30 am prompt at Ghana International Press Centre (GiPC) in Accra.