- A Plus is saying Ghanaians didn't get the message in his allegations
- He says he never said anywhere the Presidential staffers were taken bribes
The Embattled member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), Kwame Asare Obeng widely known as A Plus is making a surprise U-turn over some wild corruption allegations he leveled against two appointees of the Akufo-Addo administration.
He says his atrocious corruption claims made against two presidential staffers, Samuel Abu Jinapor and Francis Asenso-Boakye has nothing to do with bribe taking.
It could be recalled that the controversial musician in few weeks ago made a sweeping statement against the two; branding them as the most corrupt officials within the NPP government.
A Plus also labeled Abu Jinapor and Francis Asenso-Boakye as the most ‘stupid’ elements occupying spaces at the Flagstaff House.
His incessant attacks on the two top NPP officials have since earned him an invitation by the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service.
The outspoken musician after his outburst has come under intense pressure and heavy social media backlash from the section of the public, with President Akufo-Addo ordering further probe into his corruption claims.
But in a surprised turnaround on Accra-based Okay FM, A Plus insisted that Ghanaians are skewing his allegations against the two appointees as to taken of money.
Without denying the use of the word “corruption”, the embattled musician maintained that he never mentioned on anywhere that the two deputy Chiefs of Staff have taken bribes.
He added that Ghanaians did not get his message in the whole corruption allegations, “when I said corruption, it has a meaning but maybe it is in the minds of some people that they [Jinapor and Asenso-Boakye] had taken bribe, no it is not so.”
“I can say on this radio station that none of them have taken any money anywhere,” he emphasized.
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Source: Yen Ghana