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Musician Kwame A-Plus is about to torpedo the ruling National Democratic Congress’ campaign structures with his new politically charged song, ‘Moayɛ Late‘–which purposefully lays bare the NDC’s cunning pre-election gimmicks.

Following the huge nationwide success of his recently released song-‘Abɛn Bɛ Bom’ with which he “commits a political manslaughter in a daring, truthful, humorous and riveting manner,” A-Plus has returned to tell the NDC that, Ghanaian electorates have become wiser.

Adding that, their sharing of money and cars, hasty erection of infrastructure and construction of roads a few weeks to elections wouldn’t do the political magic this year–Moayɛ Late, he says. 

He also uses the song to visit how the NDC considered him a friend when he launched a deserving assault on the NPP in 2007 owing to the party’s abysmal performance in government–and mentioned that, he’s now regarded as NDC’s public enemy number one, for taking a stand against their incompetence, craftiness and corruption.

On a slow Appietus beat, Kwame A-Plus once again takes charge of the conversation, detailing some of the most obvious election motivated developments and decisions the Mahama led-NDC government has instituted in recent times.

For those who somewhat think Ghana is the sole property of Mahama–Mahama and Sons, A-Plus is serving the newsflash…

Unexpectedly, A-Plus takes a hit as Kwesi Pratt, the V8 driving socialist–saying, he’s been lying since the days of Christ.

Source: ghanacelebrities

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