A little boy has taken it to the social media giving it to the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo Addo for not fixing their roads. In a video circulating on the social has spotted the little boy telling the Ghanaian leaders to fix their deplorable roads in their community.
According to the little boy the road in their community is notable for transporting cocoa to Accra, Kumasi and other parts of the country. From the boy, many people of higher reputation in the country are calling on Captain Smart to bring the car his boss, Dr. Kwaku Oteng gave him but he sees it to be vanity because Captain did not came to this world with a car all because Captain is fighting for the country.
He further added that if a person became a king in the Bible when he was eight years then that also tells him to fight for his beloved country. Well that is good to some extent but may be wrong to some people.
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