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I Will Deal With Kuffour If He Comments On Mahama's 'Do Or Die' Mantra- Kevin Taylor Warns

The former President, John Agyekum Kuffour has been warned to remain shut on the controversy surrounding the ‘Do or die’ mantra by John Mahama. Self-styled broadcast journalist, Kevin Ekow Taylor says John Agyekum will regret ever reacting on the subject, adding that no comment from the latter shall be entertained.


The broadcast journalist argued that John Agyekum Kuffour defended then-candidate Nana Addo Dankwa Akuf-Addo in his ‘All die be die’ comment during the 2012 general elections. He noted that karma has a funny way of checking on the sense of judgment and integrity of people of political influence, adding that Mahama’s remark is no different from Akufo-Addo’s.


During his editorial on With All Due Respect show on Loud Silence TV, Kevin Taylor dared ex-president Agyekum Kuffour to comment on this subject if he thinks he has the moral right to. He threatened to break loose on the statesman at the slightest commentary which may turn out to be a rebuke of Mahama’s comment. 


“You are a hypocrite. You had no problem with all-die-be-die Try and comment on this and you will see what will happen to you. You’ve given a deaf ear to what is happening all over Ghana. And it’s because it’s your party, the NPP,” he noted.


Kevin Taylor stressed that John Agyekum Kuffour will be in an uncomfortable state forever reacting to Mahama’s mantra, adding that the world will not be enough to contain both of them.


“I dare you to speak on this issue. You will regret having commented on this subject. I shall surely make you regret it. We will never fit in this world.”

He accused the ex-president of having robbed the state while he was president. In his concluding remarks, Kevin Taylor rebutted that the attempt by Mr. Kuffour to compare himself to Dr. Kwame Nkrumah is without any merit.


“You have robbed the state for years... and you want to compare yourself to Kwame Nkrumah? If you like open your mouth and react to Mahama’s do-or-die comment. We’ve granted you too much respect for a long time,” he emphasized. 

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