Ghanaians can testify to the fact that Kwame Asare Obeng commonly known as A Plus is one of the most outspoken and loved musicians in the country. Even though he has not been active in music like he used to be but his continuous effort in putting governments on its toes is unforgettable.
Yesterday was a very memorable day in Ghana for the celebrities. The Inspector General of Police Dr George Akuffo Dampare scheduled a meeting between the Police and the Ghanaian celebrities or the creative act personalities.
And as a matter fact, numerous celebrities turned up at the Police Headquarters to meet the IGP. Both the current and old celebrities, musicians, actors, actresses, movie stars, producers and the likes were pictured at the headquarters of the Police Service.
And after the meeting numerous pictures were taken, but the notable one was when all the celebrities took a group picture with the IGP and other senior Police officers. And in this group picture, the IGP with other important celebrities sat on chairs infront whiles the others stood behind them.
One intriguing thing that was noted in the group picture was A Plus being part of those sitting on a chair just like that of the IGP whiles the likes of Shatta Wale, Kidi, Afia Schwar, Egya Koo, Bill Asamoah, Samini and the likes stood behind them.
These kinds of pictures normally shows that, the very important personalities sat down in front whiles the other stood behind. This proves that A Plus is for a fact a very respected personality in Ghana.
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