- A Plus had leveled corruption allegations against the two Deputy Chiefs of Staff
- These claims were later debunked by the CID as untrue and baseless
- Abu Jinapor has threatened legal action if the rapper continues with his allegations
Samuel Abu Jinapor, a deputy chief of staff, has said he will be forced to file a suit against controversial rapper A Plus if he continues to raise corruption allegations against him.
According to him, the previous allegations were debunked by the Criminal Investigations Department, which he let go, but warned that if the rapper continued his rants against him, legal action will be considered.
Speaking in an interview Joy FM, Abu Jinapor stated: “I’m not too sure about a civil suit but you will never know. It depends on how he presses it. It depends on his attitude. For instance if tomorrow he comes out to say they are not only corrupt, and they are not only thieves, they are armed robbers. Then if you want he’s virtually leaving us with no option.”
Mr. Jinapor added that he is willing to let the matter slide and he has discussed the resolution with his colleague.
He stated there is not point in escalating the situation beyond ‘setting the records straight’ and allowing the truth to come out.
Mr. Jinapor, in response to whether he had had a bad run-in with A Plus, said he had nothing against the rapper as they all belong to the same party.
Abu Jinapor comments follow the allegations leveled against him and another deputy chief of staff, Francis Asenso-Boakye by the rapper, about their supposed corrupt activities at the presidency.
These allegations were however declared baseless by the CID after an investigation.
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