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The host of "With All Due Respect" and Chief Executive Officer of Loud Silence Media, Kevin Taylor has boldly revealed unexpected secrets about the current Chief Justice, Justice Annin Yeboah. He talked about the 5M saga.
While reacting to this ruling, Kevin Taylor boldly revealed, how can Ghanaians trust a judgment from the Supreme Court from a panel the Chief Justice always constitutes.
" Your Chief Justice has refused to avail himself to be duly investigated over a 5 million bribery allegations and you wanna trust the judgment of a panel he always constitutes? What a joke!" Kevin Taylor boldly revealed this on the official Facebook page of Loud Silence Media.
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