Today, Kelvin Taylor made some serious statements on his show, With All Due Respect as he compared the potential flagbearers of the National Democratic Congress and the New Patriotic Party. Speaking on the issue of the legalization of the anti-LGBTQ bill in parliament, Kelvin Taylor sent a simple message to Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia and the NPP. "Why is Bawumia quiet on the LGBTQ issue? Why hasn't he made any emphatic statements?" Kelvin Taylor alleged that Bawumia supports his master, Nana Addo's stand. He later asked why Alan has also been silent on this issue. He explained that the main reason why he was on these two people is that they are in government and that they wish to be president.
Kelvin Taylor boldly declared that he does not care if Mahama speaks or does not speak about the matter at hand because he is now a civilian like all other Ghanaians.
"Mahama is not President. Mahama cannot make a decision. Whatever Mahama says today cannot change anything. People will listen and say it's good but it will not have any impact. I do not care about what Mahama says anymore. Bawumia is the deal now", Kelvin Taylor explained.
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