Abronye DC joins A Plus to fight the TV license fee

Abronye DC joins A Plus to fight the TV license fee

- Abronye DC has declared his intention not to pay the TV license fees

- His comments follow that of A Plus, who earlier claimed he would rather go to jail than pay the fees

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Kwame Baffoe, popularly known as Abronye DC, has joined musician, A Plus, in a bid to resist the payment of the television license fees.

A Plus

A Plus earlier declared he won't pay the license fees

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The two men, who are usually reported to be at each other’s throat, especially over political issues, have now joined forces to fight the license fees being to be taken by the Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC).

In a report by Ghanacelebrities.com, he stated that there was no point paying the fees and as such he is willing to be incarcerated, rather than paying the fees.

Most Ghanaians, he believed, hold a similar position with regard to the fee.

“This TV license is just a waste of time and resources. We won’t pay and no Ghanaian should pay it. If not paying TV license will take you to jail, why not, we are free to go.” he said on Okay FM.

A cross section of Ghanaians appear to hold a similar position due to a number of factors, the cardinal one being the nature of content provided by the national broadcaster.

The government, has meanwhile announced that special courts would be set up to deal with those who default in paying the fees.

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