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Politics of Tuesday, 11 February 2020

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'Sex-starved, hypocrite Ghana Catholic Bishops suffering from menopause’ – Kevin Taylor


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Social media commentator, Kelvin Taylor has said the Ghana Catholic Bishops are hypocrites showing signs of sex starvation and menopause following their comments to campaign against parties that did not sign the vigilantism code.

The journalist who believes the group of old hypocrites should have made noise when government failed to implement the Emile Short Ayawaso Commission report have only found their voice because NDC is not signing the vigilantism code.

“Why are you people not directing your anger to the President and telling him that Mr President you are the person causing this problem?” he quizzed on Loud Silence Radio over the weekend.

“Were you not in this country, when Ayawaso people were brutalized, people were killed and then a commission was set, the president at the end of the day threw away the commission’s report and did his own thing...where were you, people? Were you people taking bribes or collection? You people are acting like you lack too much sex so something is wrong somewhere,” he said.

“You people are already politicians...you’re speaking like you men are lacking too much sex. The Catholic Bishops in Ghana, you people are speaking like you’ve got menopause or something,” he said on Loud Silence Radio.

Kevin Taylor’s comments come after the Catholic Bishops Conference has warned that parties that don’t commit to the roadmap against vigilantism in the 2020 general elections will be campaigned against.

This is after the refusal of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) to sign a pact designed by the Peace Council to ensure peace reigns in the 2020 general elections.

The General Secretary of the Catholic Bishops Conference, Very Reverend Lazarus Anondee, made these comments after the National Democratic Congress (NDC) refused to sign the final roadmap to ending political vigilantism in the country.





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