-Musician A-Plus has apologized for certain ‘language’ he used in an accusing some presidential staffers of corruption
-The staunch NPP member indicated that he was too harsh with his words and has apologized to all parties involved
-He however stated categorically that the merit of his accusation still hold valid despite showing remorse
Popular musician Kwame A-Plus has stated in no uncertain terms that some of the words he used in calling out some presidential staffers to be engaging in alleged ‘underhand dealings’ were inappropriate and he has rendered an apology to that effect.
Speaking in an interview with Accra-based Joy FM on their Super Morning Show, the NPP supporter indicated that he had used some words that were not befitting in making his case on the corruption claims. He revealed that he had apologized to the people he had accused and also extended an apology to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
Currently, the accusations that have been brought against the two government appointees have caught the eye of the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) who are currently looking into the matter.
Kwame A-Plus took to his social media page to ‘expose’ some top officials at the Flagstaff House for engaging in some ‘inappropriate’ deals.
Since he made the allegation, there has been a war of words between the musician and some of the people he has accused.
Some side allegations were also made that the musician was making some GHc 3 million cedis monthly from his contract with The Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company Limited (BOST). However, it has been made clear that the actual figure he receives is in the region of GHc 12,000 and not the amount speculated earlier.
In a related development, the Member of Parliament for Assin North has also been invited by the CID to aid in some claims he made about alleged corrupt government officials.
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