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Plead With Randy Abbey To Mentor You – Kevin Taylor Tells 2 Top Journalists

Kevin Taylor has once again called the bluff of certain journalists in the country who act to be tough but in reality doing the bidding of political people. Kevin has been critical of some media stations and presenters over their determination to continually speak for the government and yet try to act as neutral. According to Kevin, many journalists in Ghana lack the balls to directly confront President Akufo-Addo

In addressing the likely NPP nominees to lead the NPP in 2024, Kevin noted that all the candidates are not worthy of contesting because none of them have ever had the confidence to openly call the president to order. Kevin hit out at Alan Kyerematen, Bawumia and Akoto-Afriyie as timid people who should never be given the chance to govern.

Kevin expressed his disappointment with journalists like Kwame Adinkra and Ben Ephson. According to him, Kwame Adinkra had the chance to interview the president during the latter’s tour of the Ashanti region and yet all the former did was praise the president. He bemoaned why the question of the purchase of the new jet never came up during the interview. Kevin also found time to criticize pollster Ben for sitting aloof, despite his influence in the country.

Kevin Called on Adinkra and Ephson to go to Randy Abbey and learn from him. He explained that Randy shows maturity and intelligence and not many journalists have this composure. He called on the 2 journalists to go to the feet of Dr. Randy and beg him to train them on how to become better.

Interestingly, many have tagged Randy as an NDC. There has been rumors that most of comments of Randy are meant to make the government unpopular and prepare the grounds for the NDC. This might not be surprising then as to why Kevin Taylor will call on others he feels are in favor of the ruling government to learn from Dr. Randy Abbey. 

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