A famous radio personality and a reggae musician Abubakar Ahmed, widely known as Blakk Raster has burst into laughter after hearing musician Kwame Asare Obeng, aka A Plus has rendered an apology to President Akufo-Addo over his recent corruption comments.
According to him, he is surprised at A Plus for making a quick U-turn to beg for his life over his lame utterances against two Presidential Staffers.
The young Rastafarian in a Facebook post mocked the outspoken musician turned politician, insisting that A Plus personally launched vitriolic attack on him when his infamous ‘wee’ comment angered some Ghanaian Parliamentarians.
He added that though he felt remorseful about his comments and rendered similar apologies on the floor of Parliament, the valiant musician chastised him and called him of names.
“A-Plus, did you just apologise for foul language? I thought you said apologies were for fools? Kind regards, sir,” Blakk Rasta posted on his wall.
A Plus over the weekend launched a scuttling attack on two presidential staffers labeling them as the most corrupt elements within the Akufo-Addo administration.
He branded the two deputies Chief of Staff, Francis Asenso-Boakye and Samuel Abu Jinapor not only as corrupt but also the most ‘stupid’ officials occupying spaces at the Flagstaff House.
The musician’s atrocious comments have earned him an invitation to face the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service.
But even before A Plus could face the CID, he was heard on several radio platforms begging for clemency. He reiterated on an Accra-based Citi FM that he has already rendered an unqualified apology to President Akufo-Addo.
He admitted that he resorted to wrong platform in making corruption allegations against the two appointees.
“I apologise to the President for using the method and language I used in expressing my feelings. My expectation of Nana Addo is just too high [and] sometimes I just jump the gun”, he pleaded.
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