More and more people are becoming enlightened by the revelations of Captain Smart and, without his in-depth knowledge and familiarity with the complications of politics, most Ghanaians would have been kept in the dark.
This morning during the interaction session with two of his regular pundits; Nii and Kofi Koranteng, the "ONUA MAAKYE" morning show host disclosed a secret policy or machination which is used by the political elite to keep the masses impoverished and it was an eye-opening episode.
Captain dubbed this policy "THE STOLEN HARVEST," which he claimed to be bad, and anytime that thing is implemented, it simply means the youth are deprived of the right to succeed. The Youth between the ages of 12 to 19 eat more. So the harvest to provide food is stolen from them through loans offered by the international community.
He continued by saying that the food then becomes minimal so it can't feed more people. The 20% of the population who are the political elite can purchase whatever they want to eat, whereas the 80% who can't feed themselves will stay hungry or eat the leftovers of the 20%.
This a strategy he claims is being used to make those at the top powerful and keep the masses who are languishing in poverty at their beck and call.
You can watch the video here
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