Kelvin Taylor is back with a powerful allegation against one of the popular NPP District Chief Executive DCE. According to Kelvin Taylor, the DCE he is talking about was spotted chilling with his girlfriend's as they twerk heavily for him to see. They were Number of bottles which suggest that they were jubilating. Kelvin Taylor added that, the celebration from the NPP DCE comes as a result of his reappointment as the District Chief Executive by Nana Addo for North Dayi.
Kelvin Taylor did not hide the name of this DCE since we all know that Name is a key identify of a person. Melvin Taylor reveals that, the said DCE for North Dayi goes by the full name Edmund Attah Kudjoh.
"North Dayi DCE Edmund Attah Kudjoh chilling with bottles and enjoying twerking from Girls after he was reportedly reappointed as the DCE by Akuffo Addo. He's is the DCE whose district Akuffo Addo drove over 40 SUV's to Commission Gutter in the Volta Region of Ghana." - Kelvin Taylor alleged.
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