On yesterday’s edition of the “with all due respect” show, Kevin Taylor, who is the host of the show, directed Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known as A-Plus to go on his Facebook or Instagram page to apologize to John Mahama concerning his “air- kiosk” comments, when the Ho airport was under construction.
Kevin Taylor said on his show that, the popular politician, A-Plus should retract his statement concerning the Ho airport, as it began working yesterday, after it was constructed by the former president John Mahama and the National Democratic Congress.
He also edged A-Plus to come out and tell his followers that, he was sorry for his comments and was mislead by the corrupt Nana Addo government, otherwise his followers and his TPP supporters will also see him as a lair.
He the concluded saying that, this is what happens, when you talk about certain issues anyhow. You will always be apologizing for your comments every day as reality check hits Kwame A-Plus.
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