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Truth Finally Out: The NPP Employed Us To Lie Against John Mahama - Captain Smart Boldy Confesses

Captain Smart, a well-known journalist who works for Onua FM/TV, has finally revealed the media figures employed by the NPP to disseminate lies about former President John Dramani Mahama while he was in office.

Captain Smart claimed on his show that he was one of the journalists employed by the NPP to circulate false information on John Mahama. He stated they included Sefa Kayi, Oppong Nkrumah, and other NPP journalists.

"These NPP people forced us to lie about John Mahama during his presidency, and that is a fact." I, Sefa Kayi, I Nkrumah, and all the other NPP journalists spread a lot of lies about John Mahama.

The allegations that John Mahama owned ships in Tokyo, hotels in Dubai, and a bunch of other things were incorrect, and that is a truth. Captain Smart boldly stated on his show, "Now that the NPP has taken power, you are performing much worse than John Mahama."

"All NPP lawyers, including myself (Adom Otchere), Sefa (Kwami Sefa Kayi), and Sefa (Kwami Sefa Kayi), must fast for 21 days and seek forgiveness from God. When we took power, I began to investigate the allegations leveled against Mahama and discovered that "all of the information you (NPP journalist) were providing us was false; you were paid to promote false information," he continued.

He went on to say that Ghanaians, particularly NPP members, expected President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to match previous President John Agyekum Kufuor's performance, but that they were all disappointed, and that Mahama had outperformed Nana Addo.

He commented, "If you compare Nana Addo’s performance to John Dramani Mahama, he (Akufo-Addo) will not even get 1 out of 100."


What do you think prompted Captain Smart's confessions, and why do you think he is admitting now?

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