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More Fire In Town As Angry Kelvin Taylor Sends Another 'Strong' Message To Muntaka

Interesting days ahead as the verbal clash between Muntaka Mubarak and founder of Loud Silence Media, Kelvin Ekow Taylor seems to be taking another twist. The firebrand broadcaster has taken another swipe at the lawmaker after Muntaka's response to his initial criticisms hit social media.

Yesterday, Kelvin Ekow Taylor angrily blasted the MP for Asawase constituency over his performance as a leader of the NDC Caucus in Parliament. Kelvin Taylor made series of allegations against the MP including showing pictures of his house in America. However, Honourable Muntaka shared a video to refute the allegations made against him by the investigative journalist. In what can be described as a disappointment, the MP cautioned Kelvin Taylor to take him out of his agenda.

Kelvin Taylor seems to have firm grounds as he has once again attacked the lawmaker. On today's edition of his televised With All Due Respect show, he has released a statement to caution Muntaka. According to Kelvin Taylor, statement from the MP confirms that he does not have the NDC at his heart.

Responding to Muntaka's claim that he does not owe him anything for him to chastise him, he stated that it is his duty to speak truth to power. He explained that the inactive and incompetent leadership at parliament has angered the sympathisers of NDC to rebel against the party in the next election.

He said, "I have seen an MP who is vlogger. You did a live video just to contradict yourself. Your comments have shown that you do not love the NDC. How can you say that I am not an NDC member so I cannot criticize you for doing something bad."

"I wasn't expecting this statement from someone who has been in Parliament for over 15 years. I will continue to pressure you until you begin to do things right. I am disappointed in you."

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