A Plus advises Mahama to avoid politics and consider pastoring a church

A Plus advises Mahama to avoid politics and consider pastoring a church

- Musician and comedian, A Plus, has advised Former President John Mahama, to end his political career and consider becoming a pastor

- According to him, the former president is timid and lacks the ability to correct his subordinates who err

- He however praised President Akufo-Addo and Kennedy Agyapong for being politically tough

Comedian and political activist, Kwame Asare Obeng, better known as A Plus has suggested that Former President John Mahama should consider starting a church.

According to the outspoken musician, the former president would perform better at sharing the Word of God.

Explaining his assertion, A Plus stated that John Mahama is a timid man who always wants to be in the good books of people.

John Mahama wearing a suit

Former President John Dramani Mahama

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In that respect, he is unable to either confidently speak the truth or punish his appointees even in instances of corruption.

He went on to say that the ex-president’s diplomatic nature casts him as someone who is constantly looking out for his members and sympathizing with them, even if they commit mistakes.

Politics, he said, required a level of toughness that John Mahama appeared to lack.

Om the other hand, President Nana Akufo-Addo and the Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Hon. Ken Agyapong, were cited by A Plus as very ‘hard’ persons who are very forthright and truthful regardless of its consequences for which reason they remain his favorites.

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