Kevin Taylor has stolen the headlines again with some brilliant explanation to a photo he found on social media. Kevin Taylor is a United States based Ghanaian journalist. Largely seen as pro NDC, Kevin claims he is an NPP and only doing his work as a journalist by criticizing the government for her wrongs.
On his Loud Silence- With All Due Respect Show tonight, Wednesday, September 1, 2021, Kevin shared a photo of a pastor carrying his Bible in a betting shop. According to Kevin, he found the photo interesting because it depicted a certain straight of a working class in Ghana. Kevin wondered what a man of God carrying a Bible will be doing in a betting House.
Kevin Taylor explained that this is characteristic of the clergy in Ghana. He added that the clergy preach against extortion and yet they extort. He further went on to say that most men of God in Ghana take money from members of the LGBTQ community to fund their services.
“The pastor in the photo reminds me of the Christian Council and Arch Bishops Conference. They preach about gays and yet they take money from them to build a cathedral. They speak against extortion and yet they defraud their congregation and later use the money for building of a cathedral. We know them all. They hide and do wicked things. They are just like this man in the photo” Kevin alleged
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