- A Plus has posted a video condemning Deputy Chief of Staff, Abu Jinapor
- He has revealed that he stopped a local media house from publishing damning information about the presidential staffer
Popular Ghanaian musician Kwame Asare, popularly known as Kwame A Plus, has told presidential Chief of Staff, Abu Jinapor that he [Jinapor] ought to thank him for asking Asempa FM not to air scathing information that would hurt the presidential staffer.
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If anything, the social media war of words A Plus heard over the weekend with high ranking members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has showed that the A Plus doesn't seem to care what fellow party members think of him.
In a video shared on his Facebook profile, Kwame A Plus revealed that, had it not been for him, damaging information regarding presidential staffer Abu Jinapor and a certain "shipping council", would have been aired on Asempa FM.
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“Abu Jinapor for instance, when I come after you, I will come after you with evidence. You should be grateful to me for killing a bad story about you at Asempa FM; that story involving you and the Shipping Council." Said A Plus.
According to A Plus, Mr. Abu Jinapor, instead of responding to A Plus's accusations personally, has paid people to slander him on social media because of his outspoken stance on corruption in government.
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“All of a sudden you [Abu Jinapor] have become so powerful after we won the elections, you control things, no one should talk about you." Said A Plus.
A Plus went on to say that he will continue to speak about corruption in the NPP administration up until he's sought out by President Nana Akufo Addo. In video, A Plus said once the President sought him out he would reveal all his concerns.
See full video below:
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