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I Don’t Listen To Kevin Taylor; He’s A Misleading Bigot – Muntaka Denies Allegations Against Him



Minority Chief Whip and lawmaker for Asawase, Muntaka Mubarak has denied allegations levelled against him by controversial social media commentator, Kevin Taylor.

Kevin Taylor had claimed Muntaka was in bed with the NPP government and have enjoyed juicy contracts which have made him rich.

He further claimed Muntaka owns a mansion in New York and even followed President Akufo-Addo to the United States for the just ended UN General Assembly.

Reacting in a Facebook video, Muntaka said but for the few Ghanaians who might be gullible and believe these lies, he would not have responded to a misleading bigot like Kevin Taylor.

“It’s just unfortunate that I have to respond to a bigot. Somebody who hates our country but pretends to love it. Someone whose stock is just to malign innocent people with lies. Someone that some gullible people tend to believe,” he said on Facebook.

“I swear by the God I worship that everything I’m going to say is the truth. I’m saying it not because I want to entertain someone like Kevin Taylor but because of the innocent 1001 gullible people across the globe who are finding it difficult to read between the thin lines of someone who is speaking the truth and someone who is lying. I’m not a fan of him. I don’t listen to him but unfortunately his last few episodes seem to consistently mention me and people drew my attention.

“Some well-meaning Ghanaians said don’t respond to him but I’m sorry I cannot continue to hold on when he continues these lies. I’ve had the great privilege of serving the people of Asawase over a decade,” he added.

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