The American-based Ghanaian journalist Kevin Ekow Baido Taylor has thrown a jab at President Akufo Addo and his government. According to him, the rising cases of crimes and insecurities in Ghana are high, but President Akufo Addo and his appointees don't want to take any responsibility for it.
Kevin Taylor made this statement as a reaction to the recent robbing of a Mobile Money Shop at Bantama in Kumasi on his 'With All Due respect' on Loud Silence television.
He revealed that the insecurity in Ghana is very high. Every day, somebody is either shot or robbed at gunpoint, and nobody including, President Akufo Addo, is willing to take responsibility for it.
"The insecurity in Ghana is very crazy. And nobody is blaming the President or the IGP, and nobody is also taking responsibility for it.
The President and his government haven't taken responsibility for anything since 2017. They are always shifting blames on people. This is not leadership." - he stated
He added that whenever the President is allowed to become a leader to us, he rather chose to act as a party foot soldier.
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