Kwame Asare Obeng, popularly called A Plus has been at the center of so many controversies. In fact, the former music banger enjoys the attention that he gets from these controversies. It is an open fact that A Plus who was a former strong NPP fanatic has suddenly fallen out with the party and has now turned into a social media commentator. On many occasions he has given a backlash at the current government for not being good enough to rule.
According to A Plus he feels saddened by the turn of events in the country, especially so because he felt his own NPP could have done better after they wrestled power from the NDC under John Mahama. Today, Monday, November 29, 2021 happens to be the birthday of former President John Mahama and many well wishes are pouring in. The former President turned 63 today. A Plus has also joined the chorus and openly wished him.
Perhaps, the interesting bit about the message was the fact that A Plus referred to John Mahama as the incoming president of the republic of Ghana. Well, this pronouncement has received so much reactions within a short time. Some have applauded A Plus for taking the right decision while others have blasted him for always criticizing the government.
Check out the reactions;
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