Dep. Chief Of Staff Threatens To Sue A-Plus

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Deputy Chief of Staff, Francis Asenso-Boakye has threatened to sue controversial musician cum politician, Kwame Asare Obeng aka A Plus for damaging his reputation.

 Solicitors for the Deputy Chief of Staff, A-partners @ law in a statement copied to are calling on A-Plus to render an apology to their client.

They outlined that A Plus "with malice aforethought waged a sustained crusade with intent to damage and falsely damaging our client's reputation using social media in particular. That you have with impunity disregarded outcomes of lawful, constitutional official and quasi judicial processes that discredited your allegations and gave our client bill of health in respect of same through due process".

They also stated that A Plus has resumed his "complained conduct after Police commenced investigations into alleged criminal conduct against President of the Ghana Football Association" adding he has "authored and circulated a series of statements and referred to our client as being 'corrupt' among other defamatory claims directly and by innuendo obvious to your audience and that said falsehood maliciously publicized attracted and continue to attract similar damaging comments from your audiences and as far as those defamatory statements have been circulated and republished".

"Our client takes a serious view of said statements including one dated 23rd May, 2018 same being completely false", the statement read.

The Deputy Chief of Staff has given A-Plus an ultimatum of 7 days to retract and apologize through the "same publicity and prominence as the defamatory claims and must be unequivocal, unconditional and subject to the prior approval of our client and his Solicitors.

"We have firm instructions to, without further notice to you and upon your failure, neglect or refusal to fully satisfy our client's demands herein, take out a suit and hold you, and such as are carelessly and maliciously repeating the false claims, liable".

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