Musician A-Plus has condemned actress Lydia Forson for urging the New Patriotic Party (NPP) not to be over confident ahead of the December election.
In an article written on her blog recently, Lydia spoke against what she said was the tendency of NPP supporters to insult people who do not agree with them, adding that the attitude could cost them the elections.
Her remarks have drawn strong condemnation from some members of the NPP, who have fired verbal missiles at her.
In a Facebook live video, A-Plus dished out his own condemnation of Lydia, describing her as a phoney, whose only asset was the ability to write good English.
He erroneously interpreted Lydia’s remarks as a call on the NPP not to criticise the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC), saying that the actress wanted to prevent the NPP from resisting what he called oppressor’s rule.
“You want them to be tolerant and happy? That is how you want the country to run? You don’t know what is happening; you can only write good English and talk plenty,” A-Plus said.
“You don’t want us to be angry with people who are spending our money, people who have taken our monies to go and plant trees and ended up saying they were burnt?,” he added.
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