- Ohemaa Woyeje has shared her thoughts about Captain Smart leaving Angel FM for Onua FM
- The latter was suspended by the station's management in May 2021
- He joined Onua FM in June 2021
- Ohemaa believes that the move isn't a good one
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Captain Smart's decision to leave Angel FM for Onua FM was wrong; his former colleague, Ohemaa Woyeje has opined.
Speaking in a new interview with Zionfelix, she said Captain Smart stands to lose a lot compared to the Angel Group of Companies-owned radio station.
In early May 2021, it was revealed that Captain Smart has been suspended by the radio station's management. He later joined Onua FM and TV in June 2021.
"He will lose more than the station will lose. You don't help build something and then decide to leave later... I don't support his decision to leave," said Ohemaa.
"I actually spoke to him and was expecting that he would be back after the four weeks suspension."
Skip to 12 minutes 3 seconds to watch Ohemaa talk about Captain Smart leaving Angel FM to Onua FM
In the same interview, she stated that Smart had lied about the real reasons why he was suspended by Kwaku Oteng, who is the founder of Angel Group of Companies, the parent company of Angel FM.
Speaking about the suspension, Ohemaa Woyeje said it had nothing to do with the GRA.
"After seeing the letter of the suspension, I realized that it was quite different from the information out there about GRA issues. According to the letter that I saw and read from Dr. Kwaku Oteng, the message in there was different from what was told to the public on the Metro (TV) interview," Ohemaa, who hosts Yadwuma Nie, the mid-morning show on Angel FM said.
Previously, YEN.com.gh reported Smart had disclosed that the managers of Media General, the parent company of TV3, Onua FM, and Onua TV expressed interest in acquiring his services some three years ago.
Smart made the revelation during an interview on Sunrise, the morning show on 3 FM 92.7 hosted by Alfred Ocansey.
He shared details about being in talks with Beatrice Agyemang, the Group Chief Executive Officer of the Kanda-based conglomerate for years.
In other news, veteran Ghanaian actor Agya Manu has reportedly passed away on Tuesday, June 15, 2021. The actor who is a popular figure in the Kumawood industry passed away after a short illness.
According to a report YEN.com.gh sighted on Zionfelix's Instagram page, Agya Manu was admitted to a hospital on Monday.
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