Hot Video: Placement Crisis, Small Brain Napo – Kevin Ekow Taylor 

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Thе Minister оf Education, Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh

Kevin Ekow Taylor has said in the latest video that the Minister of Education has a Small Brain in a big head. 

This was after Dr. Matthew Opoku Prempah went to Asempah FM to allege that, about 50% of those who rushed to the Independence Square were Mahama bused NDC supporters. 

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Series of videos that give very bad publicity to the MoE and the GES popped up, with people collapsing, crying and running just to catch a seat at the independence square for the placement of their children. 

In his latest video,Kevin Ekow Taylor used upalatable words in the twi language to describe the minister of Education.

Taylor was said that there has not been one NPP member who has come out to speak against the statements made on the day by Napo. He said: “I have not gotten any NPP member to come out openly to say the statements made by Matthew Opoku Prempah makes no sense”… “He has shown that he has a big head yet a small brain.”

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According to Kevin Taylor, the current MP does not qualify to be a minister of education. Those who queued up at the independence square pay taxes which are used to pay him GHS15,000.00 every 30 days.

He further said: ” We were happy about the free SHS…Mahama built schools, some were not completed yet the ministry did not see the need to complete them yet you go around filled with pride and disrespect for the citizens and electorate. ”

“There is no time again if you behave well as a leader people will respect you. We expected the government to build more schools to cater for the increasing numbers. Three students have committed suicide because of the placement wahala. The blood is on the hands-on the minister: ” He added. 

He could understand why the ministry and GES could give a day school in say Accra to a student in Kumasi. 

“Aboabi ankorka king-kong, nothing would have happened” :he added. Looks as though the MP cannot solve basic problems. This is the time the right thing has to be done. If you like, check Jesus and also chew Satan, we will keep talking. 

He advised Ghanaians to stay focused.

Source: Wisdom Eli Kojo Hammond Human Rights Activists|Researcher| Public Speaker| Budding Leadership Expert |Educationist and Author |


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