Embattled hiplife musician and overt member of the ruling New Patriotic Party, Kwame Asare Obeng, a.k.a. A Plus, is reportedly yet to cancel his deal with the state owned Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company Limited (BOST) as he announced he would.
Over the last couple weeks, A Plus had been involved in a bloodletting war of words between himself and several members of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) over his accusing two high ranking presidential staffers of being corrupt.
In the midst of the verbal back-and-forth, NPP's Brong Ahafo Youth Organizer Mr. Kwame Baffoe Abronye, a.k.a. Abronye DC, alleged that Kwame A Plus had been making around GHC 3,000,000 a month with his "lucrative" deal with the state owned oil company.
Subsequent allegations emerged further speculating exactly how much the embattled musician was making out of the BOST deal. This prompted A Plus to announce in a video that he would be writing a letter to BOST (at the time he recorded the video) in order to cancel his deal with the company.
“As I speak, I’ve sent somebody who is on his way to deliver a letter to BOST to terminate the contract that we have to transport fuel around Ghana,” he said in a subsequent interview with Citi FM.
But according to checks made by Citi FM, the controversial artist is yet to submit a letter requesting the termination of his contract, even he's stated in two different occasions that he would be submitting said letter.
This could due to the fact that - according to A Plus - BOST is yet to pay A Plus for the services he's rendered, although this is also yet to be confirmed.
"I want to put on record that BOST has not paid me any money, not even one Ghana cedis." He said.
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