We do not need a dictionary from the UK to defend the constitution - Kevin Taylor to Chief Justice

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Outspoken journalist based in the United States of America, Kevin Ekow Taylor has told the Chief Justice, Justice Anim Yeboah that Ghanaians do not need a dictionary from the United Kingdom in order to protect and defend the constitution of the Republic of Ghana. He made this categorical statement on his Loud Silence TV last night Thursday 29th April, 2021.

He said the 1992 constitution employs people and that same constitution demands that it's employees to account for the job done. "we could have protected the constitution through the examination of Jean Mensah at the Supreme Court. But she was shielded. Who do expect to protect the constitution?. Are you not the Chief Justice? Do it yourself".

Kevin Ekow Taylor believes the protection of the constitution is enshrined in the constitution. "We do not need someone to go to the United Kingdom to bring a dictionary to explain to us how to protect our constitution".

Ekow Taylor's comment comes after Justice Anim Yeboah pleaded with Ghanaians to protect and defend the constitution of the Republic of Ghana. "We are sometimes forced to voice out. Ghanaians are not sleeping now", he added.

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