Kevin Taylor, a Ghanaian writer and analyst stationed in the United States, has slammed gospel singer Empress Gifty over her designation as Anti-Terrorism Ambassador.
The Ministry of National Security has named gospel artist Gifty Adorye as an ambassador for Ghana’s “see something, say something” anti-terrorism awareness program.
The goal of this campaign is to raise public awareness and encourage individuals to report suspicious characters in the aftermath of a terror alert issued by security experts.
The performer turned to Instagram to inform her fans and followers of the wonderful news.
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.
The notorious presenter lambasted the gospel artist fiercely in a video and questioned the National Security over their judgment.
Kevin Taylor also spoke unprintable things about the Ministry of National Security for this ‘unnecessary’ appointment.