The Loud Silence Media and TV, which is popularly seen with the loud mouthed foreign based Ghanaian journalist Kelvin Taylor, has sent a message this Monday evening, through its social media handle, to certain groups of lawyers he described as believed to be affiliated to the NDC. With names such as Lawyer Akwasi Afrifa, Tsatsu Tsikata, and Sammy Gyamfi in the list, the Loud Silence TV has cautioned them that the recent comments made by the president concerning the lawyers not paying their taxes rightly is a step allegedly taken towards disgracing the said lawyers. Therefore, the lawyers in question are to do their things right and keep their books clean to avoid the the "seeking hands" of the government. The post went further to add that all lawyers who are very critical of the current government will also come under severe scrutiny, and should also have their hands clean. The full statement of the Loud Silence TV, as posted on social media, is seen below.
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