Kevin Taylor is a Ghanaian US-based media personality and broadcast journalist known for criticising the corrupt public officials on his “with all due respect show”. He is also the owner of the Loundsilence media network.
For sometime now, he has been trending on social media after he said that Stonebowy is a bad influence on the youths of Ghana for pulling out a gun on the stage of the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards.
Yesterday evening on his with all due respect show that the media across the country is one of the major problems the country is facing. And it is all because they are failing to explain the things going on in the country to the ordinary Ghanaian to understand. And so he will make sure that he uses his platform to spread the truth and make every person, who is not educated understand the things going on.
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