- Former singer and political activist Kwame A-Plus has scored President Akufo-Addo's government 30%
- According to A-Plus, Mahama and his NDC government has performed better than Akufo-Addo and his NPP government
- A-Plus campaigned for Akufo-Addo prior to the 2016 elections but fell out over some misunderstanding
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Popular political activist Kwame Asare Obeng, known as A-Plus has criticized President Akufo-Addo for what he termed as bad governance.
According to A-Plus, President Akufo-Addo did not come to do all that he promised Ghanaians he will do.
In an interview with Accra-based radio station Accra FM, A-Plus expressed disappointment at Akufo-Addo for his governance.
"You told the electorate that John Mahama is enforcing a family-and-friends regime and you came to power and introduced family-and-friends in government, it means you are someone who does not tell the truth," A-Plus lamented.
"The followers of NPP, who believed are disappointed because you told us that the Ghana cedi under John Mahama was GHS3.7 to USD 1 and it has made the cedi very weak, but you have rather taken us to 5-plus, and that is what hurts," he added.
Kwame A-Plus recalled how Akufo-Addo asked him to go and campaign at Accra Polytechnic and other places.
The outspoken former musician criticized advisors of the government, claiming they are the ones making the president fail.
A-Plus scored the president 30%, claiming that former president John Mahama performed better.
Many may attribute A-Plus' comments to his fallout with the NPP shortly after the government came to power.
The former musician who was given a contract to haul fuel had a misunderstanding with the president's deputy chiefs of staff, leading to the cancellation of his contract.
Currently, many NPP supporters consider A-Plus as an enemy to the party even though he campaigned for them.
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