Kevin Taylor made this revelation on his 'With All Due Respect' program when he was reacting to Kennedy Agyapong's statement that; he will be the first person to be targeted by the NDC when NPP goes into opposition.
According to him, this statement from Kennedy Agyapong is about self-interest because he doesn't understand why he made that statement.
"You have to understand that people are in this party for themselves. So, If you listen to Kennedy Agyapong's statement, you will realize that it is about his self-interest and protecting himself and not about the ordinary Ghanaian who voted for him.
He is only thinking about what will happen to him when he goes into opposition because of the crimes he has committed.
People like him are there to condone corruption and steal from us because he needs to steal more so that he can protect himself when he is out of government." - he revealed
He added that nobody will make such a statement when he thinks the government of the day is doing things right.
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