A Political and Social commentator, Kevin Ekow Baido Taylor, has said that the TV personality and satirist, Kwaku Sintim-Misa (KSM), should get ready to be branded as an NDC sympathizer for telling Akufo Addo to fix the country as he (Akufo Addo) told the late Atta Mills.
The outspoken journalist made this statement on his 'With All Due respect' program when he gave his opinion on KSM's message asking Akufo Addo to fix the country.
According to Kevin Taylor, he knows people will insult KSM for what he has said, but he is sure KSM doesn't care because he has gone through the mill so, this thing doesn't do him anything.
"I am very sure by tomorrow they would have printed Id cards for KSM that he is an NDC supporter.
KSM, get ready because they are going to ship your ID card to you tomorrow. They will say that you've been given money by the NDC." He said
He added that in this country if you speak against Akufo Addo and his government, they will brand you to be on the salary of the NDC.
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