Kwame A Plus has disclosed that all the noise been made in public about him been sued are just empty threats.
The president’s deputy Chief of Staff Asenso Boakye has sued entertainer-turned-political activist Kwame Asare Obeng also known as A-Plus for ¢20m cedis for defamation.
The deputy Chief of Staff said in his statement of claim, A-Plus who is popular on social media, has waged and sustained “defamatory attacks with malice aforethought.”
He referred to two facebook posts on 27 August 2017 and May 23, 2018 where A-Plus told his over 23,000 followers, top government official are corrupt amid insults. Asenso Boakye said his professional and political reputation built over 15 years has been hurt “in the most damaging fashion” when his name was mentioned in the post. Also A Plus has been sued by the Communications Minister, Ursula Owusu-Ekulful.
She is seeking an interlocutory injunction to restrain A-Plus from making “further defamatory comments” about her.
But A Plus in a conversation session with his followers on Facebook concerning the rot ongoing at the National Service Secretariat indicated that he’s unfazed by law suits, calling them empty threats.
He said “How many of the so called people who sued me have been able to serve me? Masa any idiot can go to court. You think I care about empty treats?”.