Popular TV presenter and journalist Captain Smart has promised to sponsor 20 people from the streets who engage themselves in "Kayayo" to learn a trade for free. He let this good news known to the public on live TV, saying he will go with him cameras to capture every moment on the street as he selects those who will be privileged to enjoy such opportunity.
His co-presenters and the whole house of Onua TV applauded him for saying that alone, and asked for God's blessings to help him make that a reality because the people of Ghana are suffering too much.
Captain Smart says he always feel sad when he sees young girls carrying heavy loads because of hunger and poverty and he is doing this to set an example for the leaders, to know how easy it is to do certain things. The leaders can learn from and take the mantle after him to take these people off the street.
This sounds like good news to the youths on the street who does "Kayayo" for living. We all hope he sticks to his words as usual and make this a reality.
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