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Kumawood Actor Oboy Siki Claims Agya Koo’s House Built with NPP Money

kumawood actor oboy siki claims agya koo's house built with npp money

Actor Agya Koo Faces Accusations of Using NPP Funds to Build New House

There have been recent discussions regarding the newly built house of Kumawood actor Agya Koo, with some questioning how he was able to afford such a massive property in the Ashanti Region. Oboy Siki, another Kumawood actor and colleague of Agya Koo, has made claims that the actor’s house was funded with money he received from the New Patriotic Party (NPP).

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According to Oboy Siki, it is impossible for any actor in Ghana to build such a mansion solely with earnings from acting. He alleged that when Agya Koo faced a decline in his career, he paused the construction of the house until he endorsed President Nana Addo and the NPP prior to the 2012 elections, where he supposedly received a significant amount of money.

Oboy Siki further claimed that Agya Koo received a second batch of money after endorsing Nana Addo once again in the 2020 general election. Additionally, he alleged that Agya Koo received an unspecified amount of money from Hon. Kennedy Agyapong after endorsing him for the NPP’s leadership in the upcoming election.

Oboy Siki also stated that it was with Kennedy Agyapong’s money that Agya Koo furnished his house. However, it should be noted that Agya Koo mentioned in a previous interview that he started building the house in 2007 when he was one of the top stars in Kumawood movies.

While the allegation of using NPP funds to build the house has been circulating among netizens, Oboy Siki is the first person to publicly voice these claims.



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