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Somebody Should Tell Me Where Odike Insulted Manhyia: Kevin Defends And Describes His Sayings As The Truth

The Biblical quotation reads "You shall know the truth, and the truth shall set you free." However it seems in the African settings, truth is forbidden and anyone who speaks it, becomes an enemy.

Following the bold assertions by the founder o and leader of the United Progressive Party Kwabena Addai Odike that he suspects chiefs in the Ashanti region aiding illegal mining operators to carry out their nefarious activities, the chiefs have reacted spontaneously. 

Aside from slaughtering a sheep to banish him from the palace, they also confiscated the lands he bought in his hometown, of Adwumakaase-Kese by the chief, who stated that he has seized all Lands belonging to Odike in the area since he is a native.

Fast forward, his office which is located at Patase, and some workers there, have been attacked by men allegedly wielding guns amidst gunshots. The windscreen of the vehicle belonging to the politician was vandalized since he was not around to receive his beating. 

Wearing a T-shirt, the indefatigable journalist Kevin Taylor commenced his "With All Due Respect" at exactly 7 pm on Monday, the 22nd of August 2022. After the editorial, he touched on social media issues before discussing the topic of the day.

The gentleman was infuriated at the turn of events and posited that he has an ear to the ground and knows everything which transpires in the country.

Kevin came to the defense of Odike and postulated that Manhyia the highest seat of Asanteman can not be exonerated from blame and we don't want to be told the truth. Like didn't insult anybody but spoke the truth.

"Otumfuor needs to take responsibility and nobody can tell me Manhyia doesn't know about the galamsey menace. The tumor cannot act as if he isn't aware of what is happening. He must act," he concluded.

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Adwumakaase-Kese African Biblical Manhyia Odike


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