Obiri Boahen joins the fray, urges A Plus to stop exposing members on social media

Obiri Boahen joins the fray, urges A Plus to stop exposing members on social media

- NPP Deputy General Secretary has condemned A Plus's comments on social media

- He said Kwame A Plus should have used internal party structures to voice out his grievances

Nana Obiri Boahen, the governing New Patriotic Party's (NPP) Deputy General Secretary, has criticized musician Kwame Asare, also known as A Plus's recent social media comments accusing presidential staffers of corruption.

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Obiri Boahen joins the fray, urges A Plus to stop exposing members on social media

NPP Deputy General Secretary, Nana Obri Boahen

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Over the weekend, Ghanaian celebrity Kwame A Plus and presidential Deputy Chief of Staff, Asenso Boakye waged war on social media over allegations of corruption made by Kwame A Plus.

The war of words started when Kwame A Plus, in a series of posts on his Facebook page, described Abu Jinapor and Francis Asenso-Boakye, both presidential Deputy Chiefs of Staff, as corrupt and arrogant, the latter being because - according to A Plus - the two refuse to pick up calls from party members.

Among other things, Kwame A Plus went on to describe the two as "foolish" and "stupid" in social media posts that inspired a response from Francis Asenso-Boakye, who referred to A Plus as "infantile".

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Now weighing in on the issue, NPP Deputy General Secretary Obiri Boahen has advised Kwame A Plus to avoid publicly feuding in the media. Speaking on Neat FM, a station based in Accra, Nana Obiri Boahen said A Plus's decision to "fight" on social media is in "bad taste", and pondered how one could go on social media and insult two presidential Deputy Chiefs of Staff just 'cause they felt they were corrupt.

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According to the NPP Deputy General Secretary, using internal party structures to voice his concerns would have been a better alternative than to go and "fight" on social media.

A Plus needs to be talked to and make him know that we have right channels in resolving our problems as a party and not go expose people on social media," said Nana Obiri Boahen.

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