- A-Plus has called on former president John Mahama to concede defeat in the 2020 presidential election
- The singer beseeched the NDC leader to just listen to advice and congratulate Akufo-Addo for winning the election
- Ex-president Mahama and the NDC have indicated their unwillingness to accept the declaration of Akufi-Addo as the winner of the 2020 polls
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Ghanaian singer Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known as A-Plus, has called on John Mahama to listen to his advisors and concede defeat to President Akufo-Addo.
A-Plus called on the flagbearer of the National Democratic Congress in the just-ended presidential election to congratulate President Akufo-Addo for winning the polls.
According to A-Plus, this would be a huge boost for the future political plans of the former president.
A-Plus’s post on Facebook read:
Those who care about you and your political future are those who will advise you to accept the results irrespective of what may have happened, call Nana Akufo Addo and congratulate him, take a retrospective break and make a decision for tomorrow. Those who give you such advice are the people you need around you right now; they are the ones you should be listening to at this moment. It may help you in the near future. This is just a suggestion though. You know better. I wish you all the best.”
A-Plus called on Mahama to congratulate the president-elect and take a break for his own good and that of others.
A-Plus went on to call on the NDC leader not to, pay any heed to those calling on him to consider other options for redress apart from just accepting the EC-declared results.
Kwame A-Plus’s comments follow the posture of the NDC regarding the declaration of the general election in favor of President Akufo-Addo and the NPP.
Mr Mahama has also indicated in a number of media outings that he was not going to accept the declaration and was looking to weigh his options.
Kwame A-Plus is noted to have fallen out with the New Patriotic Party and has expressed willingness to launch his presidential career in 2024.
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