Speaking on Starr FM, Musicain A-Plus Slams NDC supporters calling them cowards who do not believe in accountability.
Like some others A-plus has thrown his weight behind the Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Nana Akufo-Addo.
According to the outspoken musician, it is only cowards and persons who do not believe in the principles of probity and accountability, would vote to retain President Mahama during the December elections. The musician said this while speaking on the Morning Zoo on Starr FM.
A-plus slams NDC supporters further on the programme, implying that those who support Mahama and the NDC government, have chosen to be ignorant of the failed promises and uncompleted projects under the said government. Speaking on the programme, he declared his support for Nana Addo and the NPP, saying he is not bothered about criticisms that might be hurled at him afterwards.
Condemning the incumbent government further, A-plus said that the NDC have resorted to buying luxury cars for village chiefs, in their bid to win voters. He explained that contrary to the ruling party, the NPP have promised to use such monies to build small dams for villages, so farmers including the chiefs, can use the water in the dams to irrigate their farms.
The controversial musician however, stated that he would also criticise the opposition party, should they come into power and fail to deliver. He explained his reason for being in the business of criticising governments that have not done well irrespective of the party, is because he only wants a better Ghana for all.
A-plus was on the show to talk about his new single, ‘Aben Bɛ Bom’, which talks about some of the short comings of the government, that have proved to be detrimental to the country’s growth.
A-plus has been known for his keen interest on political issues. He takes great interest in rapping about politics and social issues. He recently released his new single ‘Aben Bɛ Bom’ to caution some officials of the incumbent gonernment for mismanaging state resources.