NPP used me to ‘destroy’ Mahama – A Plus reveals

In the mist of exchanges between Communication Minister, Ursula Owusu Ekufful and A Plus, it has come to light that the ruling NPP used the loud mouth musician to run down former president John Mahama during the 2016 electioneering campaign.

In a defense put up by the vociferous musician over his unsavory comments about Ursula Owusu, he disclosed that the NPP made him attack former President John Mahama severally; hence, he does not understand why they are threatening him with legal actions for criticizing Akufo- Addo appointees.

He stated categorically that he helped the governing NPP to wrestle power from NDC, but he will not dirty his hands further by partaking in their corrupt practices.

In a series of strong worded posts on Facebook, the musician has slammed the incumbent government on a number of issues, the latest being the arrest of GFA boss, Kwesi Nyantakyi over yet to be aired investigative piece dubbed, “Number 12”.

A Plus is alleged to have posted that “Kwasi Nyantakyi is only being sacrificed to cover up the $89/178 million KelniGVG stinking scandal.”

These comments did not go down well with the Communications Minister and MP for Ablekuma West, who through her lawyer Gary Nimako Marfo has threatened to sue the NPP firebrand if he fails to apologise over his unsavory remarks about her on his Facebook wall.

A portion of the warning letter read: “We are instructed to notify you that our client takes a serious view of your defamatory publication on Facebook and would not hesitate to commence legal action against you if the said publication is not retracted on or before June 1, 2018.

“We are also instructed to notify you to render an unqualified apology in the same medium and prominence in the manner that your libelous publication was done.

But the unrepentant A Plus has called it a bluff, stating that he will never apologise to the communication minister.

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