US-based Ghanaian journalist, Kevin Taylor, is one of the most sought-after media practitioners in Ghana at the moment.
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The renowned political journalist has been dominating the headlines all because of his persistent attacks against Akufo-Addo's government.
Taylor has been producing documents to show how Akufo-Addo's government is corrupt.
As Taylor is widely known due to his stance against Akufo-Addo, he has managed to keep his family away from the public.
Well, for many people to know, Taylor has got a beautiful and lovely family.
The controversial journalist wife's is white and they are happily living in the United States of America.
YEN.com.gh has seen a beautiful photo of Taylor and his family in a beautiful pose.
The photo was released on Thursday, November 26, 2020, in which they celebrated the biggest holiday in America, Thanksgiving.
From the photo, Taylor and his wife and daughter posed with big Turkeys as they celebrated their holiday in grand style.
Meanwhile, a military officer has caused a stir on social media after a video of him casting his ballot popped up online.
On Tuesday, December 1, 2020, a center was mounted in each of the 275 constituencies in the country for the special voting exercise.
Election officials, security personnel as well as media personnel were the ones that were allowed to vote.
However, a video has surfaced online and an unknown military officer was captured voting for Nana Akufo-Addo.
In what can be described as payback for Sammy Gyamfi’s threats on the security service, the faceless military man voted against the NDC.
The military said John Mahama gave the military men $1 in 2016 but they still voted against him and in 2020 he has allowed Sammy Gyamfi, the national communications of the NDC to speak ill about them.
In other news, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) announced another prayer and fasting five days to the much anticipated December 7 general elections.
Codenamed ‘the final onslaught’, the event would be held from Thursday, December 3 to Saturday, December 5, 2020, dedicated to seeking God’s mercies and guidance in the December elections.
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