- Ghanaian political activist, A-Plus, has revealed a number of social projects he has undertaken in Ghana
- His efforts include support for widows and monies provided for surgeries
- A-Plus explained that it is his way of contributing to Ghana's development
Ghanaian musician and political activist, Kwame Asare Obeng, better known as A-Plus, has spoken about a number of developmental projects he has carried out in Ghana.
His decision to delve deep into such activities stems from questions that have been asked about his activities outside music and politics.
Ghanaweb.com reports that he has drilled 10 boreholes for a number of communities in Ghana and these will soon be commissioned.
Information available to YEN.com.gh shows that he has so far given support valued at about GHC200,000, and it includes GHC40,000 given to a boy to undergo a hole-in-heart surgery.
Again, A-Plus has raised various amounts for a widow at Mampong in the Ashanti region, who lost her parents, her children and her husband to a fire outbreak.
He has also assisted a boy who lost his leg and had to get prosthetic ones, after being knocked down by a car.
It does not end there; the musician also supported veteran popular actor Jaga Pee undergo surgery.
A-Plus, has again helped a widow at Adansi Fumso in the Ashanti region by opening a shop for her, to cater for herself and her children, when news emerged that her two orphaned kids wear the same tattered school uniform in shift.
Commenting on these charity activities, A-Plus said it is his own way of contributing to the development of Ghana.
YEN.com.gh earlier reported of his prediction that the party will be in power for only four years.
He again indicated that 90 out of every 100 stupid people are NPP members
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