-Staunch NPP member accuses ministry of disobeying the orders of the president
-He indicated that the ministry failed to release a press statement on the controversial tow levy that has been given national attention
-He indicated that the Ministry might have been compromised by accepting bribes
Kwame A-Plus has revealed a ‘plot’ by some government functionaries and Ministry of Information to ‘frustrate’ the Akufo-Addo-led administration with their efforts to cancel the tow levy.
The staunch supporter of the New Patriotic Party indicated that some top party members were taking bribes from opposition NDC to help pass the tow levy.
The musician indicated that the Ministry of Information clearly went against an order of the president to make a public statement 3 days ago regarding plans for the cancellation of the levy. He hinted that the ministry probably refused to heed to the president’s orders because they had been compromised in the ‘bribing spree’.
He added that even though the president was angry at the ‘bogus’ tow levy some key party members were accepting bribes from some powerful people in government to influence their decision on the tow levy which has gained national attention in recent times.
He indicated that it was agreed at a cabinet meeting not to pass the tow levy but the actions of the ‘bribe-taking’ NPP members and ‘insubordination’ of the Ministry of Information left little to be desired.
He stated in no uncertain terms the clear difference between the NPP and NDC. He indicated that NPP members would not shield its members who were implicated in wrongdoing.
He came down hard on his critics who asked him to back down and shut up. He added that no amount of wealth or money would make him keep quiet over wrongdoing.
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