“Atta Mills koraa what did he do as president to better the life of the tax payer” A Plus

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761119205_367121Annually, he puts all the political headlines on tape of which he is known in the country and beyond for his spectacular and creative delivery. His fans sometimes have their hearts beating abnormally after listening to him due to how blatant he could be. A Plus never massages any political issue in his songs.

A Plus lately speaks his mind more on Social Networks than in songs which he is unknown of him; anyway technology days has made it so.

The furious A Plus who took to Facebook to address Political issues making headlines was attacked by his friends on the medium. Unedited, the following is what transpired on his page on Facebook:

So now that the wise president, his excellency John Dramani Mahama has asked the man who can’t clear the hair on his face but wants to clear dirt in Accra to stop his renaming nonsense, what are those NDC people who are in support of any useless thing just because it’s by one of their own say? What will come into anyone’s head to make such a decision? Is Atta Mills more important than the person who designed our national flag? People must learn to use their heads and put Ghana first. Once an NDC or NPP person does or says something, people support it based on their political affiliations.

Atta Mills koraa what did he do as president to better the life of the tax payer. Being humble does not put food on anyone’s table. If humility is what makes a good leader why is Kwame Nkrumah the best president Ghana has had? And why haven’t we made Alhaji Sheik Nuhu Shaributu or Bishop Palmer Buckle president of Ghana? Because these men are more humble as compared to Atta Mills.

If you insult me I don’t care. It’s because you are still not using your head. Sometimes I look in the mirror and insult myself!!!! WTF

Whilst some people agreed to his post, others insulted him for questioning what the late president did. Some also questioned him what he has done to improve the music industry as a musician.

Okatakyie Kofi Kusi Amponsah: Kwame you are right but the missing link is that it was Atopahene Jm who asked the beardedmayor to change the name and name it after the late prof.now that he found out that its not in good taste to ghanaians,he is hypocritically apologising… shame onto him!

Kwabena Nino Brown: As a musician what hav u done to better the lives of people apart from choppin money meant for musicians given to u by the npp.u hav the guts to question what atta mills has done.

Ecxtreme LyricalWanzam: Well its not as if ur music has bettered da life of tax payers or your humour put food on anybody’s table neither. Be lyk U jus feel like posting sometin


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