Kwame Asare Obeng popular known as A Plus, hits hard at the sitting MP for South Dayi following his support for the controversial $28M car loan agreement presented to parliament on the 6th of July, 2021 by the minister for finance.
He further argued that the loan agreement worth $28M is not enough and so the MPs should rather be given official cars like members of the Executive and Legislature.
This did not go down well with Kwame Asare Obeng, the Ghanaian-born singer, hiplife rapper, and political activist and so he took to social media to say if it was a deal to benefit the ordinary Ghanaian, he wouldn't have registered his support for it but would have rather played politics with it.
These were his words "If it were a loan to build hospitals he will cry a river and explain to Ghanaians how Akufo Addo has increased Ghana's debt within 4 years. But a loan for him to buy a luxurious car is very ok. Your aboi like bush road.
Nipa nyɛ ooo "
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