The fisheries ministry which is headed by Elizabeth Afoley received a serious Allegations from Kelvin Taylor this evening 12 September 2021. Kelvin Taylor claim that, Fisheries ministry spent Gh¢ 7 million to supply food to fishermen during the closed season.
This is a fresh allegations from the the social media communicator popularly known as Kelvin Taylor. Kelvin Taylor is currently base in the united of States of America and yet he talks about issues in Ghana on his Popular Media platform named Loud silence media Extended version.
Kelvin Taylor releases lastest Update of which we can call allegations against the entire fisheries ministry. According to Kelvin Taylor, the issue at hand is about an amount of money when was spent by the fisheries ministry during the lock down period as a result of the cori virus pandemic. The news is hidden from Ghanaians and Kelvin Taylor made it known today.
Honourable Elizabeth Afoley who was born in the year 1970 and current the monster in Charge of fisheries Aquaculture. She is also the member of Parliament for the people of Krowor Constituency in Greater Accra Region of Ghana.
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