Ghanaians React To New Broadcast Kevin Taylor Is About To Air Concerning The Issue Of “Dumsor"
By BallpointMedia | self meida writer
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Ghanaians on social media have reacted massively to the new broadcast that Kevin Taylor is set to release this evening. The US based Ghanaian podcast journalist has always find a way to criticize and applaud ant government in power through his journalism and this time it seems like he has a lot to say about the issue of Dumsor that has rocked the country for sometime now.
Kevin Taylor who is the current host of the “with all due respect” show and the founder of Loud Silence Media. His show is aired on his Facebook page and other social media spaces including YouTube. He came up this evening to reveal that he will be on air again and he will be speaking about the issue of Dumsor. Ghanaians however have reacted to the post, as most of them had different things to say. Some. people In the comments section has said they supported his movement and that Dumsor (power failure) needs to stop as soon as possible.
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