Ghanaian US-based social media commentator, Kevin Taylor has expressed disappointment in the National Security for appointing Gospel musician Empress Gifty as the Anti-Terrorism ambassador.
The Ghanaian Gospel musician and wife to the former member of parliament for Kpone Katamanso constituency, Hopeson Adorye on May 27, 2022, was appointed as the ambassador for Ghana’s Ministry of National Security’s terrorism awareness campaign.
The Ministry’s campaign dubbed “If You See Something, Say Something” is geared toward creating awareness for the Ghanaian populace to be wary of any threat that will jeopardize the country.
This move by the National Security has angered the critic who in a video has taken an aim at the Gospel musician as well as the coordinators of the National Security.
Kevin in the video below explained that Gifty’s appointment is a ticking time bomb and questioned the National Security about what informed their decision.
Kevin Taylor termed Empress Gifty’s appointment as ‘unnecessary’ and used unprintable words on the Ministry of National Security.
Watch the video below;
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