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‘W’anim Colors Colors’ – Kevin Taylor Goes Hard On Sarkodie’s Wife For ‘Making Mahama Unpopular ‘



NDC sympathizer and political critic Kelvin Taylor has launched a scathing verbal attack on Tracy Sarkcess following her controversial remarks regarding the Tema Port deal under the administration of former President John Mahama.

Tracy Sarkcess, in a recent post, accused the Mahama administration of selling a significant portion of Tema Port to a French billionaire, leaving Ghana with just a 15% stake. Her comments came amid public outcry against the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) for allegedly withholding drugs donated by the Global Fund.

Tracy’s post read: “Gov.’s stake in the Tema Port is currently only 15%. We do not have a say in what has happened at our Port since 2014. It is owned by French billionaire Bolloré who owns 17 other ports in West Africa.”

In response, Kelvin Taylor vehemently criticized Tracy Sarkcess, suggesting her comments were intended to discredit the NDC and former President Mahama. Taylor accused her of spreading misinformation, alleging that she was financially incentivized by the NPP to disseminate falsehoods.

Taylor’s response was particularly harsh, as he described Tracy as “a daft lady who has bleached” and claimed that her intellectual capabilities were inadequate for comprehending complex political issues. He dismissed her statements as incorrect and baseless, asserting that they were part of a deliberate attempt to tarnish the reputation of the NDC.

Source: GhanaFeed.Com

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