Mutaka Mubarak has responded to allegations leveled against him by Kelvin Taylor. The Member of Parliament for Asawase who said he is currently in the United States on holiday came under constant accusations by Kelvin Taylor. The Loud Silence CEO who has categorically expressed his support and love for the opposition National Democratic Congress, chastised Muntaka Mubarak and Honourable Haruna Iddrisu who are the leaders of the minority caucus in Parliament for being in bed with the ruling government as such neglecting their duties.
Kelvin Taylor alleged that the legislator is on the payroll of the New Patriotic Party due to the roles he plays for them behind the scenes at the expense of his party. He further alleged that Haruna Iddrisu and Mutaka Mubarak are working against John Dramani Mahama's intention to contest the presidency once again. The last straw that broke the camel's back was when the social activist, Kelvin Taylor alleged that the NDC was in the company of NPP politicians who traveled to the US with the president.
The Member of Parliament speaking on social media sourced by Shaker1 from Adepa tv on Facebook rubbished all the allegations made against him. He stressed that he has supported every flag bearer the party has put forward. Concerning the allegations of being given contracts by the NPP, he dare the Journalist to bring out evidence to substantiate his claims. He expressed his readiness to battle the Journalist in court and challenge him to come to Ghana.
Meanwhile, Kennedy Agyapong who told Ghanaians he was going to take legal action against Kelvin Taylor before he traveled to the State is yet to return to the country. Despite Kelvin Taylor coming out to debunk claims that he was begging the Assin-Foso lawmaker behind the scenes, grapevine sources that Kennedy is still working to have Kelvin dragged to court.
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