The outspoken journalist Captain smart has been off on the Onua FM morning show for sometime now but he is back again today with more fire. According to him, people thought he has stopped working with Onua FM that was a rumour and it was never true.
Captain speaking reveals the corruption under Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo's administration is unbearable and a lot is going on under his administration that Ghanaians do not know about but he is ready to reveal from this week's morning show.
He added that E-levy the government initiated as a way to generate income for the development of the country is a lie. The government already has borrowed money that will be used and E-levy is just a cover-up. All the new projects the government will do from now are not from the E-levy fund but it is a loan the government has acquired already.
According to Captain, the president should advise himself on corruption if not what is coming will be a big blow to himself and a disgrace to his party.
Watch some part of the video here
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