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Kelvin Taylor threatens to expose some media companies in Ghana.

Kelvin Taylor, a U.S. based journalist , the owner of Loud Silence TV, claiming that some of giant media companies in Ghana are not paying tax to the government, that's why they are under the remote control of the current government. President Akuffo Addo is capitalising on them to run down the nation Ghana, said by him. They don't pay to the system.

He threatened to publish those two strong Media house and their tax report for Ghanaians to see what is really going on underground.

Next on the bill is Jean Adukwei Mensa, a Ghanaian lawyer and Chairperson of the Electoral Commission. Again Kelvin Taylor said she is a liar and there is no way that she can sue Chief Justice and Attorney General. Our court system is hijacked by those higher pillars in the government. They are behind Jane Mensah's petition, pushing her to intentionally blind Ghanaians by coming to sue Attorney General.

Another allegation by Kelvin Taylor. Parliament to appoint Auditors to audit Auditor General. This is a joke as they are masters on top of the game. They can never touch that Office. Kelvin is saying, if this action works, he will be more than happy and will congratulate the Parliament.

Kelvin Taylor is alleging that Apiatse explosion is crafty calculated by the NPP Government. How can that explosion took place out skirt of the town just like that. If indeed there were motor escort by the police, how come no report is made on those Policemen escorting, even if they are dead. This is clear plan to take over that place for their selfish interest. Kelvin Taylor alleged that as soon as the accident occurred, Vice President, Bawumia rushed there quickly to give his normal promises. The secret is that they want the land for mining. Also, claiming that Akoffu Addo has hand in it. The government of Ghana is behind that wicked explosion just to kill and get that land for their business partners to mine those minerals in that town. He went on to say the Government will soon come out to say that due to that dynamite explosion, the land is no more good for human habitation. This investigation will end no where. He added that IGP, Dampare should come out to give report about those Policemen who were with that Truck carrying that dynamite explosions.

SIM cards re-registration is another angle Kelvin Taylor alleged that Ursula Owusu, Minister of Communication has something to hide Ghanaians. As soon as you come out to say you are correcting an illegality it means clearly that someone has committed crimes or something illegal has happened. Until she come out to tell where that illegality come from, she has a lot of questions to answer. Parliament should call Honourable Ursula Owusu to come and tell Ghanaians who committed that illegality or Crime for her to go for re-registration of all SIM Cards. NIA is claiming that they cannot guarantee the credibility of this re-registration SIM cards. The question is we only know that Ken Attafuah, National Identification Authority collected our data during the NIA exercise, so who has committed that illegality ?

E-Levy is a new tax about to hit the nation for implementation. A lot of fight is going on between the Majority and Minority in Parliament concerning introduction of that new tax called E-Levy. Is stealing from innocent Ghanaians and will destroy businesses in Ghana claimed by Kelvin Taylor Taylor. He is allegedly asking where is GH 52.5 billion taken by Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, by Auditor's report ? E-Levy cannot slove problems in Ghana as Finance Minister is claiming. The opposition party which constitute the Minority of government in Ghana is fighting hard to drop that E-Levy tax, stating that, is a killer tax and will dismantle business.

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