Brother of Ghanaian political activist and former rapper, -A Plus is now a blossomed soldier in the British army.
This was revealed by UK-based Ghanaian blogger, Chris Vincent Agyapong who happens to be a very close friend of A-Plus. Chris revealed in a new post he published on his favourite social media platform, Facebook that he’s actually the person who helped Terry Kwame Obeng (A-Plus’ brother) to secure visa to the United Kingdom to make this cherished dream come true.
Beyond that, he also revealed the amount of money the young man is going to make every year as a soldier of the enviable British army, sending commenters of the post into a moment of trance.
He wrote thus;
This is Terry Kwame Obeng (on Facebook as Strabo Quame)—the junior brother of my good friend Kwame Aplus.Somewhere last year, I helped him secure a U.K. visa to come and join the British Army. In fact, I had to battle his case at court before the visa was granted as Home Office unreasonably refused his visa application. After months of fight via Judicial Review, the Home Office overturned their refusal decision and granted him the visa. He has now passed out and he is a full-time British soldier—with plenty benefits including a starting salary of over £15,000 (120,000 GHS) a year.I am proud of him and it feels great to have helped shape the future of another young man and help make his dream come through. Good luck Mr. Obeng—you deserve the success.In the last 2 years, I have helped about 50 young men and women from abroad to secure visas to join the British Army and Navy—and anytime one contact me to express gratitude, I smile.If you have any UK Immigration concerns, contact Adukus Solicitors on +447837576037 (Whatsapp/Direct). Alternatively, E-mail: Vincent@AdukusSolicitors.Com Adukus Solicitors is a law firm based in London specializing in Immigration & Nationality Law, Criminal Law (including Police Station and Court Representation), Housing Law, Family Law, Prison Law, and Personal Injury. The firm is authorized and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.