Adopt shoot-to-kill for corrupt politicians – A Plus

Adopt shoot-to-kill for corrupt politicians – A Plus

- A Plus has fired at MPs for advocating for shoot-to-kill approach for galamsey fight

- The musicians says politicians are corrupt and must rather be shot dead

Controversial Ghanaian musician and politician, Kwame Asare Obeng, aka A Plus, has lashed out some Ghanaian politicians for calling on security agencies to adopt shoot-to-kill approach in fighting illegal mining activities.

According to A Plus, security agencies must rather shoot-to-kill corrupt Ghanaian politicians instead of illegal miners.

Adopt shoot-to-kill for corrupt politicians – A Plus

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The First Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Joseph Osei Owusu and Majority Leader of Parliament, Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu have come under fire for advocating for shoot-to-kill in fighting galamsy.

The two parliamentarians over the week asked that the security agencies be given the power to shoot those involved in illegal mining activities.

Hon. Osei Owusu on his part observed that shoot-to-kill is the only approach to deter criminals from engaging in the illegal act.

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The MP in his submission suggested that a joint military and police anti-galamsey task force fighting illegal mining in various parts of the country should adopt the approach in order to save the country’s water resources.

However, the controversial NPP activist, A Plus in a Facebook comment insisted that corrupt Ghanaians should rather be killed in that bizarre manner and not illegal miners.

“I also propose that we should start shooting to kill politicians who steal our money. That is the only way to deter criminal politicians from engaging in that act. When it hungry people trying to earn a living they must be shot without trial. When it’s a politician we must wait for the special prosecutor because they are special. Nonsense man!!!”, A Plus lashed out at the MP.

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