The self-styled and highly controversial journalist Kevin Ekow Baido Taylor has told the Member of Parliament for Asokwa, Patricia Appiagyei to be bold and say that Akufo Addo has failed in the fight against Galamsey and not beat about the bush.
He made this statement on his 'With All Due respect' program as a reaction to Patricia Appiagyei's message that the Akufo Addo's government was not successful in clamping down on the activities of illegal mining in the country.
According to him such an emphatic statement from her concerning a president who put his presidency on the line to fight galamsey, means that Akufo Addo shouldn't be in office, and she shouldn't mince her words in saying it.
"Anytime you make that statement that the government was not successful at fighting galamsey, it means the president has failed because he placed his presidency on the line to fight it.
So, be bold and tell Akufo Addo that he has failed against the Galamsey fight miserably." - he said
He added that
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