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A Plus Posts Screenshots To Prove That Dr Adutwum Was His Favorite But Currently He Isn’t

It is now very clear that, Kwame Asare Obeng commonly known as A Plus do no longer want the current Minister for Education Honourable Yaw Osei Adutwum to continue his duties as the cabinet minister.

Currently, some Ghanaians have criticized the educational system. The government wanted a semester system of schooling and they even developed a time table for it but they changed it again to a trimester system of schooling. People think that the current Minister of Education and its administration are confused and do not know what to do with the educational system.

A very important personality who has dedicated his life to put the government on its toes is A Plus. The popular musician and Political activist has pinpointed the Educational Minister, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum as the very person responsible for the current situation of the basic education in the country.

On his Facebook platform, A Plus has called for the minister to be sacked.

But some Ghanaians referred A Plus to certain good things he said about the minister and now he is calling for him to be sacked. A Plus in a way to defend himself and be on point, he took them back to the things he said or wrote on his Facebook platform about the minister and why he now wants them to be sacked.

On two occasions on the 25th March 2021 and 27th of that same month, he praised the minister, applauded him for his good works but on the latter part he specified that, the minister will change Ghana for good but only if he does not change.

Below are the two posts A Plus posted about the minister of education last year.

After all these, he then clarified his point by saying that, if you are doing well he will let the world know but if you are overwhelmed and confused he will also speak it loud for everyone to hear.

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