- A-Plus has made shocking revelation on how the NPP government helped collapsed Menzgold
- According to A-Plus NPP took huge sums of money from Nana Appiah Mensah's Menzgold to finance their activities with a promise to pay it back
- He claims that is the main reason why Menzgold collapsed and has not been able to pay back customers money
Musician turn politician and anit-corruption activist, Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known as Kwame A-Plus has made shocking revelation on how the NPP government helped collapsed Menzgold.
According to A-PlusNPP took huge sums of money from Nana Appiah Mensah's Menzgold to finance their activities with a promise to pay it back.
A-Plus claims that even in power, NPP took money from Menzgold to pay for the Koforidua Conference and has still refused to pay any of the loans back. He claims that is the main reason why Menzgold collapsed and has not been able to pay back customers money.
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A-Plus made these shocking revelations in banter with NPP social commentator, Mustapha Hameed, a lecturer, and Executive Director at Midas Centre for Energy and Resource Policy.
A section of Ghanaians have reacted to the post and shared their thoughts on what A-Plus said.
Addison said if he has any videos as he claims, he should just release it.
Emmanuel challenged A-Plus to show the proof if he really has Ghana at heart.
Williams said he believe A-Plus is now personally attacking people
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In other news, the US police have successfully stopped an aggressive man from possibly harming President Akufo-Addo at a conference.
In the video seen by YEN.com.gh making rounds on social media, the man was trying to force his way into the conference room where the president was making an address.
He was bounced by the security at the entrance, and the police came in.
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