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The popularly known freelance broadcast journalist of Loud Silence media, Kelvin Taylor has caused massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms after he boldly sent another strong message to President Akufo-Addo.
The country has witnessed lots of challenges within the past couple of years under the incumbent government due to the Covid19 pandemic even though President Akufo-Addo is putting all hands on deck to fix the country and the economy as a result of the Covid19 pandemic.
In a recent post, Kelvin Taylor took it upon himself to boldly question the President over the amount of money the President borrowed since his tenure in office.
According to Kelvin Taylor, the President has borrowed over 30 billion dollars since his tenure as President of Ghana.
“Tomorrow we will be asking Nana Addo sane question he asked Mahama when he was in opposition desperately chasing power”, Kelvin Taylor emphatically stated.
”Where is the over 30 billion dollars you have borrowed as President?”, Kelvin Taylor boldly stated.
Between President Akufo-Addo and John Mahama, who do you think has borrowed lots of money during their tenure in office?
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