Kevin Taylor made this statement on his 'With All Due Respect" program yesterday, 28th June 2021, when he gave his opinion on the alleged attack of one of the #fixthecountry campaigners (Macho Kaaka) at Ejura in the Ashanti region, which subsequently lead to his death.
According to Kevin Taylor, who in Ghana in their right senses will attack a Ghanaian who is saying fix the country. The issue is that the fight ahead of us is not for individuals or a handful of people, but it's a campaign that we all have to join.
"For Ghanaians to kill a fellow Ghanaian for asking the government to do what is right is disheartening.
No Ghanaian should die like this for asking the government to provide potable water, construct roads, stop corruption, and create jobs. It is very terrible for this to happen in Ghana." He said
He added that the man has been killed by Ghanaians because he was speaking and demonstrating. For all we know, he might not even get employed when jobs are created, although maybe his family members may benefit from it.
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