It has come to the concern of Ghana's anti-corruption crusader, Captain Smart that the Ministry of Youth and Sports have failed to give the deserved payment to the para athletes who represented Ghana in the just ended Tokyo Paralympics. They have failed to stick to their part of the deal.
Captain Smart demands immediate explanations from the Minister in charge Hon. Mustapha Ussif for such hold and delay in payment. Warning him that he will never like it when he starts to strike. Captain Smart don't understand why this should happen after they have appeared to represent the whole of Ghana.
He further asked Hon. Mustapha Ussif to come and explain to Ghanaians why he sent 21 member officials to go with just 3 athletes for the games in Tokyo. Anyway he said that is not his main focus, all he want is for the ministry to pay the para athletes their pre diem in full before he starts to descend on him from tomorrow morning. He needs explanation today and it should come with their money.
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