In 2024 I am going to contest for the presidency – A-Plus declares

In 2024 I am going to contest for the presidency – A-Plus declares

- A-Plus has openly declared his intention to contest for presidency

- According to him, he would contest for the highest office of the land in 2024

- He made his declaration on Wednesday December 2, 2020 during a TPP news conference at their headquarters in Accra

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Musician and anti-corruption crusader turned politician, Kwame Obeng Asare, popularly known as A-Plus has openly declared his intention to contest for presidency.

According to him, he would contest for the highest office of the land in 2024.

A-Plus who is currently the leader and founder of The People's Project, TPP, made his declaration on Wednesday December 2, 2020 during a TPP news conference.

In 2024 I am going contest for the presidency In 2024 – A-Plus declares

In 2024 I am going contest for the presidency In 2024 – A-Plus declares Source: Facebook (John Mahama)
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“I am going to contest in 2024 and nobody can tell me to wait for another four years”, A-Plus revealed in a lengthy speech.
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He said both the NPP and NDC have failed Ghanaians and they have become complacent because they think they can rule Ghana forever.

He stated that, the TPP is gradually becoming a third force to demand what the youth of the country are demanding.

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The group which is non-partisan is spearheaded by Ghanaian musician, Kwame Asare Obeng also known as Kwame A Plus. Kwame

Addressing a group of people, A-Plus noted how much the government has failed its people and doing their best to ensure that everyone enjoys the national cake.

Touching on the payment of 'allowances' to the Ghana Police Service, A-Plus believes the NPP government is just a fraud and want to influence the votes of the police officers.

He also chastised the government and the police service for trying to suppress some of his supporters.

In other news, Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah, says President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo cannot be corrupted.

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Nkrumah’s comments come in the wake of a viral video alleging that the president accepted a $40,000 bribe.

The president, YEN.com.gh understands had been dragged before CHRAJ over the allegation.

The money was to dissuade him from firing the director of Urban Roads.

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