A-Plus has been in a war of words with two deputy Chief of Staffs
According to him, members of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) must be careful because they rode on his reputation to win the 2016 general elections.
The musician has been in a war of words with two deputy Chief of Staffs.
The NPP sympathiser said his words against the two deputy Chief of Staffs, [Samuel Abu Jinapor and Francis Asenso-Boakye] were inappropriate.
He described the two government appointees as "very corrupt" and "stupid."
The controversial musician was invited by the Criminal Investigations Department of the Ghana Police Service to substantiate claims of corruption at the Flagstaff House.
He said he still stands by his corruption allegation against the two deputy Chiefs of Staff.
A-Plus after questioning by the police said he is not willing to release his statement and evidence to the public but they have the right to demand it from the Police.
He said "So we are just leaving the CID headquarters, I have told the police what I have to tell them. I am not going to release what I said to the police but I am warning you, if you do not understand politics you have everything to lose not me. Those of you who have a deliberate attempt to destroy me….you are trying so hard to finish the reputation that I use to push your campaign, now it is done and you are in power, so now let’s finish A Plus. Go and tell the police to release my statement to the public, I will do you a favour I will not do that. But those of who come on Facebook and talk plenty, Charles Nii Teiko Tagoe your stomach like a Chamber and Hall Self-contain go and tell the police to release what I gave them to the public, next time."