Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known by Ghanaians as Kwame A-Plus is a Ghanaian hiplife rapper and singer. He is also a political activist affiliated to the New Patriotic Party. He is known for his hit songs mostly speaking about political and social issues in terms of corruption among the leaders.
Today, the hiplife star post a video of one of his songs on his Instagram page, it can he heard in the video that, the song was mainly talking about how corrupt the National Democratic Congress, NDC was when they were in power.
He later captioned his post saying that, “non of those he mentioned in this song got angry. In fact, they have now become my friends and have been nice to me since. As for some people, just a simple question and a hurricane of insults and threats will be sent your way.....these people are not tolerating at all”
In his caption, he claims that, the New Patriotic Party party in government now, don’t want citizens to criticize them anymore for their shortcomings and very soon their time will come.
What do you think of Kwame A-Plus’ comments concerning the ruling party, have you in anyway experienced that before? Share your opinions with us in the comments section below.
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