Captain Smart: I am NPP but I won't keep quiet if I see anything wrong

Captain Smart: I am NPP but I won't keep quiet if I see anything wrong

- Media Personality, Captain Smart, has admitted that he is a sympathizer of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP)

- He made the admission in a new interview with Kwaku Sintim-Misa on the KSM Show

- On May 6, 2021, Smart was suspended by the management of Angel FM for alleged attacks on leaders in the current government

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Radio Presenter, Captain Smart, has admitted his bias for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) in a new interview.

He added that he will not stay silent regardless of his love for the party if something goes wrong.

Captain Smart: I am NPP but I won't keep quiet if I see anything wrong
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"I would say it anywhere under the sun, I sympathise with the NPP, and I am NPP but because I love them. Because I love the party when I see anything wrong, I won't keep quiet," stated a defiant Smart during a yet-to-air interview with Kwaku Sintim-Misa.

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On Thursday, May 6, 2021, reported that the host of the station's morning show, Anopa Bofour, had been taken off the airwaves. It was later confirmed by Kwadwo Dickson, the station's General Manager.

It is said that Captain Smart made some not-so-nice comments about people in government. Some people think that his suspension is a form of power play to gag the media.

Meanwhile, Actress and media personality, Adu Safowaa, has reportedly been arrested by the police.

The arrest of Adu Safowaa came in the late afternoon of Thursday, May 13, 2021. A video sighted by shows Adu Safowaa standing with some security personnel in uniform.

It is not yet known what might be the cause of Adu Safowaa's arrest but it comes after her recent attacks on people she describes as Akua GMB's detractors.

Afia Schwar was one of the many people she targeted her attacks at and it had initially been reported that the comedienne had caused Safowaa's arrest.

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But Safowaa came on social media to deny that Afia Schwar got her arrested. In a series of posts, Safowaa explained that one man called Chris Nyamado was the one behind her arrest.

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