There is no one more corrupt than A Plus- NPP youth organizer reveals

There is no one more corrupt than A Plus- NPP youth organizer reveals

- A Plus alleged that there were corrupt officials at the presidency, namely the two deputy chiefs of staff

- Abronye DC has said A Plus has no moral right to tag someone else as corrupt as he is also corrupt

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Kwame Baffour, the Brong-Ahafo Regional youth organizer of the New Patriotic Party has threatened to reveal the corrupt nature of controversial rapper, Kwame Asare Obeng, also known as A Plus.

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According to the NPP member also known as Abronye DC, the rapper’s allegations of corruption against some government officials is laughable, as he (A Plus) has no moral ground to stand on and make such comments.

Abronye DC alleged that the rapper was also corrupt since he supposedly received gift from Former President Mahama in the form of a Jaguar car.

Abronye DC was speaking in an interview with Okay FM, when he further stated: “A Plus is the most corrupt person in the world. Any goods which come from assets confiscation committee passes through him and they are all corrupt. When goods come, A Plus will always be there to lie that the goods are for his family and then will later go and negotiate with innocent people at a higher price and so tell me who is more corrupt.

A Plus has been in the center of news this week after a recorded phone call between him and the Deputy Director of the Criminal Investigations Department, Maame Yaa Tiwaa Addo-Danquah was leaked online.

The call seemed to suggest the CID’s final report on the rapper’s corruption allegations may have been a coverup.

However, the CID deputy director has said the recording was ‘doctored’ by A Plus, to to spite her department for debunking his claims.

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