VIDEO: How a sitting MP contracted to kill JB Danquah? Kelvin Taylor narrates

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VIDEO: How a sitting MP contracted to kill JB Danquah? Kelvin Taylor narrates

The gruesome murder of JB Danquah, the then sitting member of parliament for Abuakwa North, was one that mesmerized Ghanaians from all walks of political life.  Kelvin Ekow Taylor, host of “ With All Due Respect – Loud Silence Media” on Facebook has released a damming allegation in his latest video.

Without any shred of equivocation, he has dared some three main actors who matter in the investigation of JBs murder. He tells the attorney General, CID boss, and the investigator should immediately respond to his allegation.

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“This is a docket from the Ghana Investigation Department. This is a statement from Daniel Asiedu a.k.a sexy dondon. I am going to dare three people in Ghana today. They have to respond. Namely the attorney General, CID boss, and the investigator.” Kelvin dares.

Further to that, Kelvin this time says that with reference to the docket of statement written by Daniel Asiedu, the suspect, he is alleging that Kennedy Agyapong knows about JBs death.

“They should tell us if Daniel Asiedu did not include in his statement that Kennedy Agyapong contracted him to kill JB Danquah. Ask Kennedy Agyapong for me that where was he at the night before the death of JB? Who transported Asiedu to JBs house? I’m asking Kennedy Agyapong. At the very night when a meeting ended at 1:30 am, where was Asiedu hiding in the house?” Kelvin claims

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