NPP activists obsessed with me instead of Tik Tok influencer Adwoa Safo – A Plus

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Kwame A-Plus, a showbiz star and political activist, has claimed that Dome-Kwabenya Member of Parliament Sarah Adwoa Safo has become a Tik Tok influencer after fleeing from her legislative and ministerial positions.

On February 16, 2022, he responded to reports that the lawmaker was dissatisfied with her failure to gain a seat on the New Patriotic Party’s leadership bench in Parliament in a Facebook post.

A Plus also insulted NPP activists, accusing them of having a fascination with him, but for the wrong reasons.

“Kwame A Plus is angry because he was looking for something from the government but he didn’t get it. He is a traitor,” he wrote of claims being made by the activists.

He continued: “But the same people are quiet on somebody who has been given a whole gender ministry but is angry that she was not made second deputy majority leader so she has abandoned the ministry and is now a Tic Tok influencer.”

Adwoa Safo has recently become a topic of discussion, with two NPP MPs claiming that her persistent absence from Parliament was negatively hurting government operations due to the hung nature of the legislative body.

Michael Okyere Baafi, the New Juaben South MP, claimed earlier this month on Okay FM, which Ghanainsider monitors, that Adwoa Safo has plainly been attempting to use her position as a bargaining chip and, in essence, has been striving to sabotage the government.

“136 of us; the NPP MPs go to Parliament except for one person, Adwoa Safo. When you ask the leaders they refuse to give straight answers. We don’t know where Adwoa Safo is. She doesn’t come to parliament and it’s worrying . . .

“Clearly her behaviour shows she wants to sabotage NPP; I’m speaking on authority. She is to be blamed for all our problems. If you’re sick, you don’t have to blackmail the party. We need to call a spade a spade,” he fumed.

Similar sentiments were expressed by Assin Central MP, Kennedy Agyapong.


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