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‘NPP Will Not Hand Over Power’: A-Plus Defends Bryan Acheampong

Politician and entertainment pundit, Aplus, has reprimanded critics for reading negative meanings into Bryan Acheampong’s claims of not handing over power to the opposition party, NDC.

Politician and entertainment pundit, Aplus, has reprimanded critics for reading negative meanings into Bryan Acheampong’s claims of not handing over power to the opposition party, NDC.

He insists that there is nothing wrong with the minister’s statement. He went on to explain the statement to critics.

“What is wrong with this statement? You won’t win and if you don’t win, we won’t hand over power to you. What is wrong with it? Did he say if they(NDC) win, they(NPP) won’t hand over power? Have you seen or heard that a party came to power because they lost the election before? Work hard and win “ he wrote on his Facebook wall.

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One would recall that, during the Easter festivities, the minister in charge of Agriculture, Bryan Acheampong, while addressing a crowd at Kwahu, repeated a familiar statement from 2023, where he said that the New Patriotic Party (NPP) will not hand over power to the National Democratic Congress (NDC).

“Last year I stood here in Mpraeso and said that whether  NDC likes it or not they will never win the 2024 election. We will not hand it over to them today or tomorrow.” Mr Acheampong was heard saying.

His comments incited a public outrage, with citizens and NDC party hopefuls arguing that the NPP wants to compromise peace in the country in the run-up to the elections. However, A-Plus, who is campaigning to run for office in the Gomoa Central Constituency as an Independent Candidate, disagrees.

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Kwame Asare Obeng, known in private life as APlus, is best described as Ghana’s most politically incorrect artist. He is a Hiplife artist with a keen interest in politics and social issues. He first made a name for himself singing about events leading to and after Ghana’s 2000 general elections.

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