A-Plus drops video of Ghanaians jubilating after Nkrumah’s overthrow but predicts doom

A-Plus drops video of Ghanaians jubilating after Nkrumah’s overthrow but predicts doom

- Ghanaian political activist, Kwame Asare Obeng, better known as A-Plus has shared an old video of Ghanaians jubilation after the overthrow of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah

- In the video, people were captured singing, dancing and holding placards to express their joy about his overthrow

- A-Plus argued that the people in the video were manipulated into believing that Nkrumah was the enemy

Ghanaian political activist, Kwame Asare Obeng, popularly known as A-Plus, has dropped a video which showed Ghanaians jubilating after the country's first president, Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, was overthrown.

In the video, some Ghanaians can be seen holding placards and dancing in the streets when the news reached them.

Some of the placards had inscriptions that read ‘Ghanaians are now free’, ‘No more hero worship’, ‘Nkrumah is a wicked man’ and ‘We demand trial of Nkrumah’.

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Those captured in the video were singing, drumming and dancing and were excited at the fact that Nkrumah was no more president.

A-Plus added a text to the video in which he sought to argue that those who jubilated at Nkrumah’s downfall had no idea they were being manipulated.

According to him, they were fooled into believing that he was the enemy of the state and in their ignorance, they were doing exactly what those behind Nkrumah’s overthrow wanted.

A-Plus went on to say that little did the people know they were being manipulated to facilitate Ghana’s downfall and the continent at large.

In other news, a medical doctor, Dr Jean-Jacques Muyembe, has discovered the antidote for Ebola after about 40 years of research.

Dr Jean-Jacques Muyembe says that he considers the breakthrough as the achievement of his life.

The drug created by Dr Jean-Jacques Muyembe’s team can cure Ebola in an hour and trials were recently conducted on patients in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Using four drugs, it was realized that over 90% of patients can live if treatment comes early.

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