Captain Smart: We are becoming fools in our 'wisdomic' house

Captain Smart: We are becoming fools in our 'wisdomic' house

- Captain Smart says citizens and government are "becoming fools in our wisdomic house"

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

- Smart was recently suspended as the host of the morning show on Angel FM by the station's management

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Radio Presenter, Captain Smart, has likened the current state of the country to a case of Ghanaians "becoming fools in our wisdomic house."

He made the assertion whilst speaking about the mindset of the government of Ghana and the citizens.

Captain Smart: We are becoming fools in our 'wisdomic' house
Source: Facebook (Angel 102.9 FM)
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"We are refusing to think so we are becoming fools in our wisdomic house. If you really want to develop, you don't use 25 million dollars for a trophy worth 4 million dollars," said Smart.

During the same interview, Smart admitted his bias for the New Patriotic Party (NPP), adding that he will not stay silent regardless of his love for the party if something goes 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.

On Thursday, May 6, 2021, reported that Smart, the host of the Angel FM'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.

In other news, Nana Aba Anamoah, the General Manager of GhOneTV has slammed representatives of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) over their 'No Bed' complaints.

In the past few days, there have been several stories of people losing their lives over the non-availability of beds at the national hospitals in Ghana. On Saturday, May 15, reported that Sam George, the NDC Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram, shared a personal experience of his constituent losing his life because of a lack of beds.

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