NPP gurus set Kan-Dapaah up – A Plus


Political satirist A Plus has accused bigwigs in the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) of setting up the Minister of National Security, Mr Albert Kan-Dapaah with a beautiful lady who recorded their private amorous conversation that leaked on Sunday, 12 January 2020.

A Plus claims the leaked video is part of a grand scheme by big shots within the NPP to get Mr Kan-Dapaah out.
Mr Kan-Dapaah, in the leaked video, was seen modelling, in his pyjamas, in what appears to be a hotel room while he video-chatted the lady whose long-nailed fingers were the only things about her that could be seen.

In the amorous chit-chat, the national security chief appeared to have let down his guard and was totally under the control of the voice of his seductive interlocutor.
Speaking with Kwabena Prah Jnr on ‘Ghana Yen Som’ on Accra 100.5FM, A Plus alleged that bigwigs in NPP are fond of using sex traps to drag their colleagues’ names in the mud.

He cited an example where some people alleged that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo smoked weed and killed his wife in the run-up to the 2016 elections to buttress his point.

A Plus expressed doubts that the biggest opposition party, National Democratic Congress (NDC) was behind the plot.
“If you ask me, I will tell you some NPP bigwigs set Kan-Dapaah up; that is what they do within the party; they use sex tapes to blackmail members they don’t have a good rapport with.

It’s their character to bring down good people in the party, those who set him up should bow their heads in shame,” A Plus stated.
He called on the public, especially detractors of the minister, not to be excited about his leaked video but rather advised them to put a stop to leaking sex tapes which have dire consequences on the party.
A Plus, however, advised Mr Kan-Dapaah to resign.


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