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A Plus Returns To Facebook; Says He’s Not Accepting People With ‘ayigbe’ Names

After having his account deactivated by Facebook because of verification of his name, Kwame A Plus has returned to Facebook not as A Plus but as Kwame Asare Obeng.

The social media influencer’s first post on the social media platform after he got his account back read “I am back, I don’t accept friend requests from people with Ayigbe names….advice yourself”.

Some minutes later he again posted a caution to all individuals who have used the picture of John Dramani Mahama as their profile picture not to send him friend request because he cannot be friends with people who follow a ‘thief’.

“I don’t accept friend requests from people with John Mahama as their profile picture. That thief who calls himself an ex-president must be in jail by now. I don’t want to have anything to do with people associated with him or people who love thieves.”

Kwame Asare Obeng’s return seems to be crazier than he was before his account was deactivated by Facebook.

A Plus while his account was activated had a section of Facebook users jubilating considering his choice of words and his intolerance on the social media platform but he sent a word of caution to them saying “don’t jubilate over the deactivation of my account because I am coming back strong” and that seem to be what he is doing.

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