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'A Plus' Reminds Akufo Addo And Bawumia After Seeing The Latest Price Of Gasoline

Kwame Asare Obeng commonly known as A Plus does not look like a citizen who intends to stop criticising government officials be it the President or the vice President. He has been on the news almost every time and his current post will attention of Ghanaians to the actions of top politicians in Ghana.

A Plus is a Ghanaian singer, a rapper and a very strong Political activist who normally uses his songs to influence the actions of politicians. In recent times, Ghanaians do not hear his songs anymore but he always post information on his social media platforms to cause the same change he used to cause.

On his Facebook platform, the hiplife artiste took a serious jab at both the first gentleman of the land, President Akufo Addo and his Vice, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia after coming across the current price of gasoline in the country.

A Plus posted three pictures of which two talk about what the President and his Vice said in the past. He posted a picture with a message President Akufo Addo posted on his Twitter platform in 2016 about the high prices of fuel in the country as at then.

And with pertaining to the Vice President he also posted a picture of him and something he also said in 2015 before the also took power. And this picture talks about what the vice President also said about the continuous increase in fuel prices in Ghana.

Then after these two posts, he also added a picture of the current price of gasoline in Ghana, which stood at Ghs 6.800 per litre.

Below is three pictures he posted on his Facebook platform just this evening to remind both the President and his Vice that the prices of fuel they talked about are also increasing extremely during their term of office.

What do you think about A Plus' post?

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A Plus Ghanaian Ghanaians Kwame Asare Obeng Mahamudu Bawumia


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