Speaking on the most anticipated “Loud Silence Media” show, Kelvin Taylor made it clear that, the traders at Kejetia who strongly claimed the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II built the marketplace for them with the intervention of the incumbent President, Nana Akufo Addo and not John Mahama’s initiative should go and plead with Otumfuo to get them meters in other to put a stop to the high electricity bills amongst others.
“If you still think Otumfuo was able to solicit for the money Akufo Addo used in constructing the Kejetia market, then go and ask Otumfuo for meters. We all know Akufo Addo wasn’t the President to build the Kejetia market but you voted Mahama out of office”, Kelvin Taylor emphatically revealed.
Do you think that Otumfuo was actively involved in soliciting funds in the construction of the Kejetia market in the NPP’s stronghold even though most individuals claimed otherwise?
What are your thoughts on Kelvin Taylor’s recent claims which have caused massive reactions online even though most individuals claimed otherwise?
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