The out-spoken Ghanaian journalist and CEO of Loud Silence Media, Kevin Ekow Baido Taylor, has told Shatta Wale that he has done well for apologizing for his actions but needs to be punished to serve as a deterrent to others.
Kevin Taylor made this statement on his 'With All Due respect' program yesterday, 2nd June 2021, when he reacted to Shatta Wale's apology to the project manager at Oswal Investment Limited for ordering his thugs to assault him and his workers.
According to Kevin Taylor, he is happy with Shatta Wale for coming out to apologize for what he ordered his men to do to the workers.
"For me, I think that he should be taken to court for some punishment.
Shatta Wale, you have apologized for what you did, and that's okay, but you need to face some consequences to deter others from doing the same thing." - he said
He suggested that the police should take Shatta Wale to court for the court to make him visit Nsawam prisons every morning to have morning devotion with the inmates for at least six months.
He added that with the kind of influence Shatta Wale has, he shouldn't be left off the hook, but at least a small punishment should be given to him.
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