The outspoken Ghanaian journalist, Kevin Ekow Baido Taylor, has taken a swipe at Sam George. According to him, Martin Amidu can teach Sam George about Politics, so he shouldn't speak to him in that ill-manner.
Kevin Taylor expressed his displeasure and anger at Sam George on his 'With All Due respect' program on Loud Silence television when he reacted to Sam George's comments about Martin Amidu and his recent epistle accusing the government of bargaining with NDC MPs to approve ministerial nominees.
According to Kevin Taylor, where Martin Amidu has gotten to in politics, Sam George cannot get there because Martin Amidu is politically and intellectually smarter than him. So, he should show him so respect.
"Who doesn't know you guys take bribes in Parliament. So, you can't sit there and make it look like Mr. Martin Amidu, who can sit you down and teach you, is not okay.
Martin Amidu can teach you, Sam George. He can school you when it comes to Politics so you can't speak to him anyhow you like. Nobody cares if you are in the NDC." - he said
He added that Martin Amidu didn't just make a vague statement with his recent epistle, but he supported it with facts, and he sits there and such statements about him.
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