If anybody thought that these two deep rival politicians will ever see eye to eye, nobody would have believed it. We never anticipated it to happen so soon. Neither did we expect it to happen so fast.
This morning, Captain Smart took a very bold step on live TV. After getting a success out of his action, he shared a video evidence of how everything transpired. The video is attached in a link to this article.
Akwasi Addai Odike and Kofi Akpaloo are known to be having a serious political rift. The two have been fighting, insulting and threatening each other for some time now.
Captain Smart who loves peace Invited the two gentlemen and reunited them on live TV. Initially it was a bit hard. After few minutes of talking, they hugged each other on live cameras.
Captain Smart has received many remarkable comments after doing this. "After all, we are human beings before Politics. Never should we allow politics to divide us." Captain Smart counseled the two politicians as they all laughed.
Check out the short video below in the link.
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