A-plus wants to be president of Ghana; reveals his plans for the nation

A-plus wants to be president of Ghana; reveals his plans for the nation

Ghanaian musician, comedian and politician, Kwame Asare Obeng, popularly known as A-plus has revealed his plans of contesting for the highest seat of the land.

According to Ghana, he will one day wish to contest for the presidency and will do well to develop Ghana when voted for.

In a video that was posted on the Instagram page of Blagogee.com, A-plus was heard telling rapper, Pope Skinny and others he was drinking with what he intends doing for Ghana if he becomes president.

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Kwame A-plus in the video noted that if he becomes president of Ghana, citizens will go to jail for flouting the country's laws.

"If I become president, those who will urinate on the street, park their cars anyhow will all go to jail," he said.

"Those who do not slow down their cars on seeing zebra crossing to enable pedestrians cross will also go to jail," he added.

A-plus disclosed that he knows Ghanaians will not be happy when a punishment like jail term is meted out for flouting the country's laws.

"I know with my actions, Ghanaians will not vote for me again after my first four years of ruling but I don't care," he stressed.

On development, A plus disclosed that as president, he will demolish the entire Nima community and rebuild it.

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He noted that after demolishing Nima, he will build factories and high rise buildings as residential apartments for the inhabitants of Nima.

"If I were president, I will not let Nima look so filthy and be such a slum. I will demolish and rebuild the community up to standard so the people can enjoy life," he explained.

Meanwhile A-plus recently slammed President Nana Akufo-Addo for soliciting funds to build the national cathedral.

In a video that circulated on social media, A-Plus revealed his support for Joyce Dzidzor Mensah after Joyce mocked the president with a video soliciting funds from passengers on a train in Germany.

A-Plus also tagged NPP members as hypocrites, saying that if it were John Mahama who wanted to build the cathedral, the same people would have complained.

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