Controversial musician turned political critic Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known as A-plus has responded to claims by highlife musician Kwabena Kwabena that NPP did not give him penny for campaign song in 2008
The New Patriotic Party did not give him a penny for that viral song that I made for the party. Kwabena Kwabena revealed in a recent interview.
"For nobody else in the party the song was sponsored, I did this out of love for Nana Akuffo-Addo, who was the flag-bearer.
"Even though I wasn't expecting anything, we still have gratitude from God who made His word. That's why He expects us to worship Him every time." He told Nana Aba on the Star Chat Show.
Kwabena Kwabena's comments triggered a social media controversy with NPP callers to thank people.
A-Plus didn't like the comment Kwabena Kwabena made.He took to his facebook page to speak about the hidden truth and the lies Kwabena Kwabena is telling Ghanaians.
According to A-Plus, he followed kwabena Kwabena tk Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta who dashed him over GHC 4500.
He added that Kwabena Kwabena accrues over GHC 100,000 from the song as well as other benefits.A plus has advised Kwabena Kwabena to stop being ungrateful and appreciate what the party gave to him as his work.
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