The Ghanaian US based investigative journalist, Kevin Ekow Taylor fumes at Gender minister Hon Adwoa Sarfo for taking leave. Kevin Taylor has stated that government is just paying some people to be come more "incompetent" based on how Adwoa Sarfo has refused to get back to work.
Kevin Taylor in a video shared today, Sunday, 10th October, 2021 said that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo should ask Adwoa Sarfo to stop working as she is not ready to serve the nation. Kevin Taylor was addressing some issues about how boss for school feeding program disclosed that she waited 6 hours at Gender ministry but couldn't meet the gender minister.
Kevin Taylor angrily stated that Adwoa Sarfo cannot do what she is doing now in America and stated that she will get sacked based on how she is behaving at the ministry.
He however said this are more serious issues to deal with than Ghanaians following LGBTQ bill yet to be passed. He urged president Nana Akufo-Addo to take good decision on Adwoa Sarfo is not trying to work for the nation as expected by the people.
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