Kelvin Taylor on his last show sent another powerful message to the New Patriotic Party followers in the Ashanti Region. Tagged them as the most noise-makers when it to politics but they have achieved nothing in terms of development.
He said, most Ghanaians call Kumasi which is the Capital of the Ashanti Region a Village because there is no development to talk about. You could find ultra-modern government hospitals in Accra but you can’t find those things in Kumasi.
He was born as Akan and he will keep pressing the government to do more development in Kumasi. He added people in Ashanti Region always line up to vote for NPP but they can’t boast of anything, not even ultra-modern theater which can take 3000 people.
He added it is about time the journalist in Ghana has to speak the truth and stop the stomach politics which will not bring any development in the country. Now Ghana is experiencing “Dumsor” but no one is talking about it, and the leaders keep deceiving to country.
He will continuously seek development and changes in our life. If no one is going to do it he will take the burden upon himself and fight for the people of Ghana.
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