Controversial musician has taken veteran journalist, Ato Sam popularly known as Baby Ansaba to the cleaners for alleging that he had taken over fuel haulage at the Bulk Oil Storage and Transportation Company Ltd (BOST).
Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known as A-Plus maintained that the malicious publication by the Punch newspaper is borne out of jealousy.
The Punch newspaper in its Monday, May 15, 2017, edition reports: “A Plus now fuel haulage contractor…As BOST CEO elbows tanker drivers for friends.”
The newspaper edited by Baby Ansaba claimed A Plus has been issued license by BOST for the distribution of refined petroleum products from its depots to certain parts of the country at the expense of experience people in the industry.
But the controversial musician who is a sympathizer of the Akufo-Addo led government pooh poohed his claims.
A Plus suspects the publication was in retaliation for his refusal to introduce Baba Ansaba to President Akufo-Addo and other people in high places for favours just like he did in the Mahama-led government.
He indicated that, as the politicians set the traps with petty baits, the hungry and unwitting journalists like Baby Ansaba grabbed it and exposed themselves to public ridicule.
The controversial musician stated that the veteran journalist is just one of the numerous journalists who took such baits and choked on it. Now, he his heart is full and he can no longer contain the pressure. So, off he lets go the burden.
A Plus said Baba Ansaba beg him to help him get a job in government because ‘he can hardly make ends meet’.
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