- A Plus is saying Abu Jinapor didn't have much information about Korle-Bu issues
- He says some officials from uniBank misled Abu Jinapor in the whole saga
Embattled musician, Kwame Asare Obeng better known as A Plus has finally apologized to the two deputy Chiefs of Staff, Samuel Abu Jinapor and Francis Asenso-Okyere.
The controversial musician had earlier accused the two Presidential Staffers of being corrupt for their alleged role in termination of revenue collection contract between uniBank and the Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital.
But the New Patriotic Party (NPP), activist in a latest video has rendered unqualified apology to both Abu Jinapor and Asenso-Okyere, claiming he got some issues wrong in accusing them.
A Plus in a live Facebook video said he has become convinced that the two government officials were misled by uniBank after listening to Abu Jinapor’s explanations.
He added that he also feels both Francis Asenso-Okyere and Abu Jinapor didn’t have better understanding of the numerous challenging issues at Korle-Bu.
“I will go ahead and say I apologise for how I put this whole thing out; yes, because listening to him [Abu]: he does not even understand the issue. People have lied to him. Look at what he said, if he was being honest on radio, I have the impression that he was being honest, and that is all that they told him, then they have deceived him,” A-Plus said.
The controversial NPP member however indicated that he strongly feels Abu Jinapor is being honest to the public with his media explanations.
The Akufo-Addo loyalist has waged intense corruption war against the two Presidential Staffers barely eight months into the NPP’s administration.
The musician in few months ago labeled Abu Jinapor and Asenso-Okyere as the most corrupt officials within the Flagstaff house.
But the Criminal Investigations Department (CID), of the Ghana Police Service has since cleared them of any wrong doing in the whole corruption saga.
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