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The popularly known Ghanaian broadcast journalist and founder of Loud Silence Media, Kelvin Taylor has recently sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms after boldly exposing Gabby Otchere Darko over PDS scandal.
The USA based Ghanaian broadcast journalist is popularly known for his controversial and concise political talk show and analysis with the aim of fighting corruption in the country.
With respect to this, Kelvin Taylor has recently sparked massive reactions across all social media platforms after building revealing a secret chat of Gabby Otchere Darko over PDS scandal.
Kelvin Taylor boldly alleged that, Gabby Otchere Darko and other prominent members of the incumbent government were behind the collapse of PDS as a result of trust and money issues.
Whilst supporting his claims, the USA based Ghanaian broadcast journalist, Kelvin Taylor took the privilege to expose Gabby Otchere Darko with a leaked Whatsapp chat which was operated by the shareholders of PDS.
“Still waiting on Gabby Asare Otchere Darko to respond to this before we move with any conversation about corruption”, Kelvin Taylor emphatically stated.
From the chat below, we can clear notice that, Gabby Otchere Darko was the group administrator alongside other members who were alleged to be shareholders of the PDS scandal.
Aside that, we can also see some of the names of the shareholders as per of the “Thriller in Manila” group.
From the chat below, we can notice that, some of the shareholders were worried about their shares being cut from the PDS deal as they took the privilege to express concerns but Gabby Otchere Darko however took the privilege to get things under control.
“Philip, the structure won’t work if you don’t incorporate an SPV. I do not understand why we are fighting over this. The objection to this is totally surprising and frankly unhelpful. I think we should all meet tonight. I am suggesting 7pm. Are we working for the philippinos or to ensure that the real intent behind the President’s push for 51% local ownership is realized. It is not done for the optics. We must meet on the structure and financing. We also need full transparency going forward and to control the drafting of the shareholders agreement with Meralco”, Gabby Otchere Darko emphatically stated.
Upon Kelvin Taylor boldly exposed Gabby Otchere Darko, lots of Ghanaians took the privilege to react to the PDS scandal.
Below is a look at some of the comments that that came through as Ghanaians shared their respective thoughts and opinions on the alarming issue.
From the above comments, we can clearly notice that most Ghanaians were surprised to witness that the incumbent government were behind the collapse of PDS.
Do you think it’s right for the incumbent government to allow PDS to collapse as Kelvin Taylor claims to expose all their secrets?
Let’s know your thoughts in the comment section below.
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