Today, Kelvin Taylor came specifically for two bigwigs in the National Democratic Congress; Haruna Iddrisu and Muntaka Mubarak. These key individuals are the representation of the NDC MPs at parliament. Kelvin Taylor explained that he would address all the executives of the NDC, however, much attention would be geared to these two. Kelvin Taylor began by lamenting why the New Patriotic Party changed the leadership whiles NDC is still maintaining theirs despite their "hidden atrocities". He revealed that he projects a defeat in the 2024 election for the NDC if and only if the NDC does not change its leadership at Parliament. He went ahead to disclose some facts and findings that he made about Haruna Iddrisu and Muntaka.
"My team and I found out that these two people do not have the party at heart. They are only interested in taking bribes from Nana Addo and his crooks. They must step down immediately or the NDC change them otherwise John Mahama will risk losing the election", Kelvin Taylor
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