-Kwame A Plus has alleged that the NDC is looking for loopholes in the NPP administration
-He said that some NDC members wanted to find fault with the NPP to justify their acts of corruption
-He added that some NPP members were plotting for some of Akufo-Addo’s appointees to fail
Celebrity entertainer and staunch supporter of the NPP, Kwame A Plus has indicated that some of the current scandals that are beginning to hit the NPP administration are machinations of some NDC and NPP members.
He cited the example of the confusion involving the CEO of BOST as one of the machinations that have been planned to make the NPP government look bad.
The musician revealed that some members of the NDC in a desperate attempt to justify their acts of corruption while they were in power are looking for opportunities to cause infighting and find cases of similar acts of corruption in the current NPP administration. He said that the appointees of Akufo-Addo ought to be vigilant so as not to fall prey to the schemes of some members of the two main political parties.
The musician also said that some NPP members who missed out on certain appointments made by President Akufo-Addo were working against the current officeholders of some key positions to get them to fail so they can take up the positions. Here too, he cited the example of the CEO of BOST.
He wrote in a post that the appointees needed to be careful to avoid falling into “traps” set by other members of the political party.
Last week, news was reported of contaminated fuel being sold off by BOST. The issue attracted national attention with some people calling for the head of the CEO of BOST.
The matter is however under investigation and the findings would be handed over to the Energy Minister, Boakye Agyarko for the next line of action to be taken.
Kwame A Plus had his Facebook account taken done due to alleged unsavory comments some weeks ago. His account has however been reinstated.
See his Facebook post below:
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