The Special Prosecutor, Kissi Agyabeng has made the headline after some months of silence since he was approved as Special Prosecutor. Yesterday, he granted an interview with Gh One presenter Nana Aba Anamoah and Kissi Agyabeng touched and made mention of some controversial statements.
Reacting to that, Kelvin Taylor stated that he liked Kissi Agyabeng in person and that he admires his intelligence and prowess in the Law field. However, he condemned Kissi Agyabeng for talking too much. He explained that these are early for him to speak. According to Kelvin Taylor, Kissi Agyabeng was following the footstep of the government by delivering promises which are clearly not feasible.He cited one promise of Kissi Agyabeng where he stated that he will employ 200 staff. That one aside, Kelvin Taylor revealed that Nana Aba Anamoah set a trap for Kissi. He explained that Nana Aba Anamoah used her fluency in English and her beauty to lure Kissi into speaking. And true to her ploys, he fell for it.
"Nana Aba Anamoah set a trap for you and you fell for it. Please stop talking too much", Kelvin Taylor.
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