This may seem surprising but for the first time in a while, Kevin Taylor has gone hard on the National Democratic Congress. According to Kevin Taylor, the minority leader together with his entire NDC members should shut up on Alban Bagbin's issue.
"The simple thing I want to say is, the NDC should shut up. Haruna Iddrisu should shut up. Muntaka shut up. You are the sane people who have given them the power to be doing that" he said.
Speaking on With All Due Respect Program on Facebook, Kevin Taylor made it clear that, the NDC stayed idle when military "stormed" the parliament house some time ago.
He further added that, they party should keep mute because they allowed the NPP and the government to bring military men and soldiers to interrupt the house of Parliament a year ago. Kevin Taylor believes that, this has resulted in the withdrawal of Military men for the speaker of Parliament since the NDC refused to speak some time ago.
"You people are too currupt. You have given them too much room to exhibit a lot of nonsense in Ghana" he said.
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