- Kwame A Plus seems to have fallen out with several members of the ruling NPP
- He was accused of making GHC3m a month from his contract with BOST
- He announced that he will cancel his contract with the state owned oil company
Popular Ghanaian musician Kwame Asare, popularly known as A Plus, has revealed that he will be writing to the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation (BOST) in order to cancel his contract with the state owned institution.
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Kwame A Plus's decision to cancel his lucrative deal with the state owned oil company stems from staunch criticism from party members who say the popular musician turned businessmen has clinched contract after contract since the New Patriotic Party's (NPP) political win.
After the weekend's war of word with two presidential Chiefs of Staff, A Plus was accused by Kwame Baffoe, a.k.a Abronye DC, the governing NPP's National Youth Organizer, of making GHC3m a month on that back of his lucrative deal with BOST.
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Though Kwame A Plus issued a swift denial of Abronye DC's monthly GHC3m accusation, it seems as though Kwame A Plus wants to completely clear the stain of accusation placed on him in connection to BOST.
Now in a video posted on Kwame A Plus's Facebook profile, the artist has revealed that he intends to write to BOST company in order to cancel what contract he has with the state owned entity.
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"When they wake up they say, 'A Plus, as you came to power they gave you contracts,'" said A Plus on his video, adding, "I came to the office today. I'm writing a letter to BOST to end the contract," announced A Plus.
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