The hard hitting social fighter got himself into trouble as video cited on his own wall claiming he would have easily taken the presidential mantle on ease should he contest.
The people project [TPP] basically is a formidable non-partisan and a non-violent Ghanaian third force and a social movement established to demand for social goals and constitutional reforms that serves the best interest of the people of Ghana.
The people's project is reported to be having five hundred and thirty-five branches across the globe and is having an estimated membership of over 700,000.
During a press release and a conference to that was addressed by the founder A Plus, he made a statement that many believes is just out of place.
Strong sentiments and opinions from Ghanaians highlights, he won't even make any impact should he get the nod to even contest in the presidential election.
Will he be even cleared by madam Jean Mensa?
Do you think A Plus have what it takes to win an election?
What do you think of A Plus claim?
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