Ghanaian US-based journalist and the CEO and head of Loud Silence TV has sent another strong message to the president of the 4th Republic of Ghana Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo concerning the BOST CEO Edwin Alfred Provencal.
Kelvin Taylor speaking reveals that Edwin is a thief and he must be arrested. According to Kelvin Taylor if Nana Addo fails to arrest or investigate the scandals under the CEO of Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation (BOST) it means they all know something about the 25 million dollars deal the CEO cannot prove to the company. And other scandals about him.
Kelvin indicated he made a report about the BOST CEO Edwin Provencal over 900 million Ghana cedis which has been stolen. Some journalist like OB and Kofi Asante has the mandate to interview the BOST CEO or investigate the case after the Auditor General's report came out.
He revealed that now OB is making it look like they want to find out what is going on at the BOST company. According to Kelvin Taylor, the OB interview with Edwin Provencal on Asempa is a planned interview. That is the reason he made him sit comfortably in his office to answer the question concerning his scandal.
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