After it has been reported that a military officer has been shot and killed by suspected armed robbers on the Prang-Kintampo road in the Pru East District of the Bono East Region, Kevin Taylor who is the CEO of loud silence radio and TV network has made another strong statement concerning it to Ghanaians about "insecurity" in Ghana.
According to reports in the media, the soldier's incident occurred around 9pm on Friday, May 21, 2021 near Abease, and the deceased whose name was given as Sgt. Odei Job Kwame, said to be in his early 40s, sustained gunshot wounds during a shootout when he bumped into the gang of robbers on his way to Yeji where he hails from.
After the news broke, Kevin Ekow Taylor who has been speaking much about Ghana's security issues to Ghanaians everyday has told Ghanaians that, they should prepared to die or lose a loved one for no one knows who is next to die as armed rubbers keep on killing innocent people in the country.
He explained that: "When I speak about insecurity, I don’t wish anyone dead but truth is you cannot tell if you will be the next to be murdered by armed Robbers like this soldier or not".
However, Kevin Taylor added that: "you either speak up and hold those in power accountable to ensure your safety or be prepared to die or lose a loved one"
Kevin Taylor made this known when he made the sad news known to Ghanaians on his social media wall today.
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