Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known by his stage name, A-Plus is a Ghanaian hiplife musician and police activist known for criticising the government through his musical lyrics. He is also known for his affiliation to the New Patriotic Party.
He has been trending lately due to his comments on how some parts of the country are suffering without the provisions of basic necessities of life such as good drinking water and good education.
Today a video from Takoradi has been trending on social media and in the video, it is seen that basic school students are learning ICT without computers but the keyboard has been drawn on the tables of the students with chalk.This has pushed A-Plus to comment, where he posted on his Instagram page that, how can students in Koforidua, the capital of Eastern region learn without computers but the government can raise 25 million dollars for the national football team, blackstars.
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