On Onua TV this morning, captain smart after declaring he is an NPP member has told the government and all Ghanaians that he cares more about tGhana than the NPP and for that matter he will continue to criticize the government if they do something wrong.
He said this while he was blasting the Ghana Education Service for the new time arrangements for the Senior High Schools. In 2014, i used to blast the NDC, then i was a darling boy to the NPP, I continued till 2020, and now that I’m criticizing them, i have become the enemy, he added.
He also tagged this government as the laziest government he has ever seen. He talked about how the fuel prices is affecting the cost of transportation lately in the country. He made an example of a “dropping” he took from Ahodwo roundabout to Akoma FM, where the driver charged him 20 Ghana cedis for 5mins drive.
According to him, one thing this government do best is their grammar, always speaking big grammar to explain and justify why they do what they do.
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