USA-based Ghanaian journalist and commentator Kevin Taylor, has taken a swipe at gospel musician, Empress Gifty over her appointment as Anti-Terrorism Ambassador.
Few days ago, the Ministry of National Security appointed gospel musician Gifty Adorye as an ambassador Ghana’s anti-terrorism awareness campaign dubbed “see something, say something.”
The aim of this campaign is to get citizens highly alert and report suspicious characters in the wake of terror alert by security analysts.
The musician took to her Instagram page to share the good news with her fans and followers.
Gifty wrote: I am honoured to be selected as one of the Ambassadors to champion of terrorism awareness campaign in Ghana. See something say something is every Ghanaian responsibility to safeguard the security of your community. Call 999.
Kevin Taylor expressed his disappointment in this action by the National Security and explained why her appointment is a ticking time bomb.
In a video, the controversial broadcaster angrily attacked the gospel musician and questioned the National Security about what informed their decision.
Kevin Taylor also used unprintable words on the Ministry of National Security for this appointment he termed as ‘unnecessary’.