The founder of The People’s Project (TPP), Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known as A Plus has met with fiery Pan African public speaker and academic Prof. PLO Lumumba to discuss the prospects of the TPP and support for it.
According to Aplus, the discussions “centered on The People’s Project, (TPP), solving the African problem with African solutions, religion and development, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, African culture and democracy, peaceful sources of political influence in democratic politics and the power of technology over the gun in today’s African politics.”
“I want to say a very big thank you to Pro. Lumumba for granting me audience. It was a very fruitful discussion and I hope to maintain this impactful relationship with him and the other Pan-Africanist for the collective good of Ghana and the African continent at large.”
The ruling NPP has alleged that the TPP is an appendage of the opposition leader John Mahama using Aplus as a conduit. The funder has dismissed these allegations as baseless.
About the TPP
According to information on its website, “the People’s Project basically is a formidable, Non-partisan and Non-violent Ghanaian third force cum social movement established to demand for social goals and constitutional reforms that serves the best interest of the good people of Ghana. Founded in recent times and led by Mr. Kwame Asare Obeng a.k.a A PLUS, the movement has gotten approval from Ghanaian citizens home and abroad with over five hundred and twenty (520) branches across the globe and an estimated membership of over 700,000. The unique factor about this group is that, we do not only criticize government but also lends a helping hand in solving some of the numerous Ghanaian problems. As a commitment to the good people of Ghana, we build free modern boreholes with purification systems to provide good drinking water to communities across the country, we give startup capitals to as many youth as possible, and we have coverings for persons with disabilities among many other social interventions. We are currently building our own mobile application to migrate our membership to ease up communication and also help in formal registration.”