The flooding situation in Accra has pushed the Ghanaian US based investigative journalist, Kevin Ekow Taylor to say that the destruction President Nana Akufo-Addo's government has brought to Ghanaians will take some years to heal.
Kevin Taylor had questioned that why has the government abandoned distilling drains in Accra?
He angrily jabbed that when former President, John Dramani Mahama was in power, his brother Ibrahim Mahama was helping the country with his equipment to distill drains in Accra but NPP folks told Ghanaians that, he has taken money from John Mahama to do it which is very bad.
Kevin Taylor said that NPP has caused a lot of harm to the nation because member of parliament for Assin Central, Hon Kennedy Agyapong told Ghanaians that he will make sure Ibrahim Mahama is jailed within one year if NPP wins power but they have not arrested him nor accused him of any wrong doing yet.
He was deeply sad after showing video that captured some part of Accra being flooded seriously.
Kevin Taylor said although president Nana Akufo-Addo may leave office in the coming years, the destruction caused by his administration will take years to heal.
"Situation at Kaneshie-Accra.
Why has the government abandoned distilling drains in Accra ?
Ibrahim Mahama was helping with his own machines in helping to solve issues like that but too many idiots in Ghana inspired by Akufo Addo were screaming on rooftop claiming Ibrahim Mahama took money because his brother was the President.
It has been five years since a fool like Ken Agyapong vowed on Adom Tv that should Ibrahim not go to jail in a year, he will drink poison to kill himself.
Akufo Addo is obviously going to leave, but the destruction his administration has brought to Ghana will take years to heal" Kevin Taylor said on Loud silence TV social media wall today.
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