• Mon. Aug 8th, 2022

Some NPP communicators are ‘almost mad,’ as Abronye’s coup statement demonstrates. – A Plus

On Metro TV’s ‘One on One’ talk show in December 2021, Kwame A Plus claimed that some New Patriotic Party (NPP) communicators were “one sentence away from Asylum Down,” a psychiatric facility.

After the specific official he identified to reference the psychiatric set of communicators got himself engaged with the law, he is claiming vindication two months later.

Kwame Baffoe aka Abronye DC, the NPP’s Bono Regional Chairman, is that official. He reportedly claimed on Ghana’s Hot FM that former President John Dramani Mahama was plotting a coup with Al-Qaeda.

He was summoned by the police, interrogated, and then detained as a result of his remark. On February 16, 2022, he is scheduled to appear in court on allegations of publishing fake news and participating in conduct that is conducive to a disturbance of the peace.

“Listen to what Abronye stated about John Mahama,” A Plus said on Facebook in response to Abronye’s entanglement.

“This is what I mean when I say that “certain NPP communicators are constantly one sentence away from the psychiatric hospital.” Today, all eyes are on you, Ghana Police Service.”

The message was accompanied by a video of Abronye’s precise statements on Hot FM.

Nana Akomea, Sammy Awuku, and Rita Asobayire, according to A Plus, a singer turned political activist, are among the few NPP communicators who talk with knowledge, while others like Abronye DC and others are just a sentence away from being sent to a psychiatric facility for mental difficulties.

“The psychiatric hospital is always one sentence away for 99 percent of Akufo-communicators.” Addo’s They don’t make any sense; 99 percent of the time. It’s a small group. I’m not sure why the Nana Akomeas aren’t showing up, or why the Sammy Awukus aren’t communicating for the party on the radio. “I’m not sure why folks like Rita Asobayire and others don’t communicate,” A Plus explained.

“Those who are left now, the Abronyes, [others], I always say they are one sentence away from Asylum Down,” he said.


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