Kwame Asare Obeng who is popularly known as Aplus has asked some question earlier today which I think has been on the minds of any ordinary Ghanaian. The question which has always linger in our minds is that "why politicians get so rich overnight?". This question is not a rhetorical question but it seems no one is ready to give the ordinary Ghanaian an answer.
Last week, Francis Dodovi who contested for a Member of Parliament position for Suame Constituency in the just ended election revealed on Pure FM that young men who drive expensive cars should be well investigated. He argument was that most of the young men in our era are into occultism and money rituals.
This has earlier today prompted Kwame Asare-Obeng popularly known as Aplus to reply his argument or statement with some questions on his Facebook page. He agreed that young men who get rich overnight and drive expensive cars should be investigated to know their source of wealth but in doing so politicians should be investigated too.
This post of Aplus has triggered a lot reactions from a lot his followers. See some reactions from his followers;
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