The managing director of the Accra Digital Center made a post criticizing the governing party bigwigs, of allowing loudmouths to launch attacks on the president and call him names. According to sources, he had targeted certain persons, who he accused of being in agreement with the loudmouth's attacks .
Without mentioning any names, he got a harsh response from musician A plus and political activist, who lashed out hard at his post, and asked him if he is ready for what is to come next.
From facebook post of Kofi Ofosu Nkansah( Managing Director of the Accra Digital Centre)
"There is a loudmouth who is always attacking the Prez and calling him names. You are a party/Government bigwig close to the Prez and you entertain this loud mouth. He proudly mentions you as his friends/confidantes". His post.
In a second post he continued "The logical conclusion is that you support the attacks on the prez. No ifs or buts".
A plus in response to his post delivered. "I'll play the conversation with Aloe on Facebook and post messages from all those you called to come and beg me. Last night I called Aloe and told him to warn you. I am very sure he has !!! It's because of stupid people like you that i keep records Stop fooling. "
A plus also added that, he is acting as if he(Kofi Ofosu Nkansah) is some boss in the NPP and that the President takes him more seriously than Kofi Ofosu Nkansah( Managing Director of the Accra Digital Centre).A plus asked if the bigwigs he was referring to were Kennedy Agyapong or Bryan Acheampong, since he cant fight those two.
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