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It's The Truth; Your Ministers Are Doing Well In Corruption - Captain Smart Serves "Strong" Notice

Captain Smart's name can never be taken out from the list of journalists in this country who hit hard at the government of Ghana. He usually use his morning show on Onua TV to send "fire" on government about what he describes as "poor management" of the country.

Speaking on Onua TV/FM this morning, Captain Smart reacted to what the president said few days ago that his ministers are outstanding. According to the Captain Smart, the ministers of the president are outstanding when it comes to corrupt activities. He continued and stated that the president is a very knowledgeable man who can manage the country very well but his appointees are those influencing his good intentions for the country.

"It is not because personally as Nana Addo, he doesn't have knowledge to govern a country. It is because he has appointed useless people around him and those people are influencing his thinking"

"Nana Addo gets up to tell us something rubbish that his ministers are doing well. Yes, they are doing well in corruption. When you said your ministers are doing well, Ghanaians didn't understand but I do. Your Agric Minister is not doing well. What is his use now. Somebody should tell me" he said.

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Political corruption in Ghana has been a major problem for the country since independence. People usually tag corruption as the main cause of the country's slow development in various sectors of the economy.

Corruption is a form of dishonesty or a criminal offense which is undertaken by a person or an organization which is entrusted in a position of authority such as politicians, in order to acquire illicit benefits or abuse power for one's personal gain.

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