Hiplife artiste and NPP activist, Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known as A plus has accused some elements within the NPP of greedily taking over his contract at the BOST.
According to him the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company (BOST) has stopped giving him fuel since September 2017.
It emerged that, A plus was awarded a contract from the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation (BOST) to transport petroleum products from BOST’s facility at Tema to other parts of the country at a time when he allegedly accused the two Deputy Chiefs of Staff of corruption.
In the heat of the allegations and counter allegation, A Plus in an interview with Citi FM said he will terminate his contract with BOST.
“As I speak, I’ve sent somebody who is on his way to deliver a letter to BOST to terminate the contract that we have to transport fuel around Ghana,” A-Plus said in the interview.
But in a Facebook live video on Sunday afternoon, the musician said he won’t spend his time at a place where they have stopped giving him business four months ago.
“They are not giving me business and you want me to walk there and waste petrol and go and cancel when the people themselves have canceled it themselves or whatever,” he stressed.