Popular radio and television presenter, Captain Smart has revealed a tour he embarked on this weekend and has revealed how people especially beautiful ladies are suffering and wondered if those beautiful ladies are in Ghana.
Captain Smart didn't believe that there are some beautiful ladies in Ghana who does not have work and are living hopelessly in the country.
"We entered the ghetto to old Fadama, and I even cried. I never knew that Ghana ladies were that beautiful, talking black, fair or chocolate coloured ladies. These ladies are there not because they like it but because they have nothing to do."
"This is my worry, that the youth of this nation are being wasted, go to old Fadama, you will cry"
"I was asking myself, are all this beautiful ladies in Ghana? Are these strong men in Ghana?" Captain Smart asked.
"I met a young girl whose age is about 13 or 14 and I asked her, what she does for a living. She replied that, unless someone chop her before she will get money to eat" Captain Smart added
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