Kwabena Kwabena Took Over Ghc 100K For His NPP Campaign Song – A Plus Exposes Kwadede Singer (+ Screenshot)

Musician and activist Kwame A Plus has debunked claims by Kwadede singer, Kwabena Kwabena, that he wasn’t paid any money for his campaign song.

The musician told the media in an interview that, he didn’t receive anything from the New Patriotic Party for his campaign song he recorded in 2008.

But according to Kwame A Plus, the musician raked in over Ghc 100,000.00 from the song.

A Plus said he took Kwabena Kwabena to Hon. Ken Ofori Atta and one Nana Poku at Data Bank, where he was paid Ghc 45,000 for the song. A Plus said the singer again benefitted from a Ghc 25,000 which was meant for a video shoot for the song.

A Plus added that Kwabena Kwabena received another Ghc 30,000 for the promotion of the song. All these were separate from the Ghc 2,000 he took each time the song was performed.

According to A Plus, Kwabena Kwabena performed the song for about 12 times which also totalled over Ghc 20,000 in payments.

See his post below: