NPP’s Kwame Baffoe popularly known as Abronye DC says he will leave the NPP for good should artiste, A Plus provides evidence of corruption allegation against President Nana Akufo-Addo’s Deputy Chiefs of Staff, Francis Asenso-Boakye and Samuel Abu Jinapor.
The party’s Brong Ahafo Regional Youth Organiser was empathic that the controversial musician has notevidence to back is claims which has generated debate in the public.
“I can confidently say that A Plus has no evidence to support his claims. He is a liar and his allegations are all lies, and so if he is able to provide correct evidence to the police, I will resign from the party. I’m daring him because I know he has no evidence,” he said.
The “Aben be bom” hit maker is schedule to meet the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) of the Ghana Police Service today September 5, 2017 to provide evidence to back his corruption allegations claims against two appointees in the Nana Addo led government.
A-Plus went live on Facebook last week to indict the Deputy Chiefs of Staff of being corrupt and tagged them as “fools”
“ . . 7 months of NPP government. So far so good except appointing some very corrupt official including the two very stupid deputy chief of staff. It’s amazing how Nana was able to appoint two thieves whose level of stupidity is the same. Arrogant and corrupt fools. You think you’ll be in power forever. Even John Mahama I was not afraid of him then you (sic),” A-Plus said in the post.
After receiving severe backlash from the public including some members of the government, A-Plus apologized to the President for his actions, admitting that he used the wrong platform to voice out his concerns.
But Abronye DC disclosed that A-Plus desperately wanted a contract at the Controller and Accountant General Department to print public sector workers payslip of which the Chiefs of Staff, Francis Asenso-Boakye refused.
Abronye DC further appealed to the police to prosecute A Plus if he fails to provide evidence to back his claims.
“Kwame A Plus must be taught a lesson and so if he fails to provide proper evidence which I know he doesn’t have, then he needs to be prosecuted for making unfounded allegations against public officers,” he said on Accra based Neat FM.