Ghanaian disappointed NPP journalist based in the US , Kevin Ekow Baidoo Taylor is set to drop a fresh scandal on Nana Akufo-Addo's government.
The outspoken journalist hinted, yesterday on his with all due respect show which is streamed on various social media handles.
According to Kevin Taylor ,Ghanaians will be shocked with the new Scandal on Nana Akufo-Addo's government as he hnited that it involves huge sums of monies than previous scandalous deals in this government.
The vociferous broadcaster hinted that the scandal is about some dealings by the COCOBOD. Kevin Taylor revealed that a lot of funds have been siphoned from the COCOBOD.
Kevin linked a statement made by the board chairman of COCOBOD, Hackman Owusu Agyemang about their inability to provide free fertilizers to farmers.
Kevin again hinted that this scandal may exonerate Dr.Opuni, the former COCOBOD boss who has been on trial for about 4 years.The said scandal is set to premiered on with all due respect in subsequent days.
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