Musician/Comedian Kwame A-Plus is known for his distaste for political correctness—making him a victor of using music to say what many would dare not attempt to say.
After starving Ghanaians for a long time, he has returned with a new political song-‘Abɛn Bɛ Bom’ that shrugs off the Ghanaian gutlessness and punches the NDC and its ruling elites from all angles.
He commits a political manslaughter in a daring, truthful, humorous and riveting manner—as he takes on popular NDC figures such President John Mahama, Okudzeto Ablakwa, Kofi Adams, Victoria Hammah, Asiedu Nketiah and Afriyie Ankrah by names, and succeeds in throwing light on their nation-wrecking acquisitiveness.
With a clever use of innuendos, Kwame A-Plus spends over 5 minutes boldly walking through the dirty wardrobes of the NDC, reminding Ghanaians not to make the suicidal mistake by putting the NDC once again in power.
It’s a brilliant piece of music—more importantly, it captures the topsy-turvy path the NDC has taken Ghana on and it’s the best campaign song we’ve heard so far.