In a recent statement, Ghanaian politician Kennedy Agyapong defended his demeanor, asserting that his confidence is often misinterpreted as arrogance by Ghanaians.
The outspoken Member of Parliament highlighted that his straightforwardness is a reflection of his confidence rather than rudeness.
Agyapong emphasized the cultural context, suggesting that within the Ghanaian context, strong self-belief can sometimes be seen as overbearing.
He addressed the common perception that his attitude might be perceived as arrogant, clarifying that his intention is not to be disrespectful but to express his opinions assertively.
He noted in a recent statement:
“I’m not rude, I’m confident and in this country, Ghanaians misconstrue confidence as arrogance”
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