Kelvin Taylor has made a bold statement after the President took the first coronavirus vaccine on live national TV.
In what he described as exemplary leadership, Kelvin Taylor showered massive praises on Akuffo-Addo for reposing hope and confidence in Ghanaians.
However, he has heavily descended on the Member of Parliament for the Bimbilla constituency and former Defence Minister for Ghana, Honourable Dominic Ntiwul over his comment about Akuffo-Addo’s action.
In what he described as a disappointment, he tagged his comment as ‘unnecessary’ and ‘unacceptable’, which could put fear in the people again.
This comment follows after the NPP MP speaking prior to Akuffo-Addo’s vaccine intake indicated that the President is taking a risk for Ghanaians.
In a more surprising way, Kelvin Ekow Taylor disagrees with him over the comment. He has said that his comment is divisive and disturbing to the effectiveness of the exercise.
Speaking on his televised With All Due Respect show last night, he made the following bold declaration;
“So, for Ntiwul to come and say that the President took a risk for taking the vaccine is not right. He might have taken a risk but, if there is a problem today he will be well taken care of. If he experience any difficulty in breathing, he would get the best treatment in Ghana.”
“..What about the people on the streets? What risks are you putting them through? What are they going to do should they see any negative side effect? I cannot keep quiet about this! You have to be honest in your statements. That statement is not necessary at all. This can destroy the work the President has done to get the people to take the vaccines.”