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Ken Agyapong Will Win NPP Presidential Race Because He’s Honest – Kwame A-Plus

Kwame Asare Obeng, popularly known as A-Plus, has tipped Ken Agyapong to win the forthcoming Presidential race of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP).

He says Mr Agyapong will win the primaries because he is an honest and no nonsense person loved by the grassroots of the NPP. 

According to A-Plus Mr Agyapong is the only person in the NPP party who speaks the truth to power, urging members of the party to learn from him.

He further added that communicators of the party lack the sense and courage to speak up against the hardship that the people of Ghana are currently experiencing.

A Plus’s comment is in response to the recent booing incident President Akufo-Addo was subjected to at the Global Citizen Festival held at the Black Star Square in Accra last Saturday, September 24, 2022.

President Akufo-Addo was heckled and booed by a section of the crowd at the musical festival which took place at the Black Stars Square on Saturday, September 26, 2022.

The President was there to speak on Poverty and what the government was doing to eradicate the same while championing and upholding national unity.

But patrons of the show, mostly the youth, will have none of whatever the president mounted the stage to talk about as they jeered and booed him, shouting ‘away, away in the process.

Reacting to this, A-Plus says "The people are tired of your outmoded and foolish communication style. They are looking for people who at least APPEAR honest. Not praise singers who defend every nonsense that is why Hon. Ken is winning. If you don't see him winning then you don't have any business being in politics'', he wrote on Facebook.

He added that "your downfall is not NDC. It is your poor communication and "mad" communication. 90% of your communicators are always one sentence away from the psychiatric hospital".

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