The host of Onua TV/FM Captain Smart has blown his trumpet this morning concerning the corruption going on at the port. According to Captain, he is very disappointed with the government officials and the customs officers at the port who has decided to confiscate people's properties imported into the country.
Captain revealed that he was a victim of this confiscated issue. He imported a VW saloon car and behold the car was seized despite having the money to pay for the duty. He went through a lot of processes but he couldn't get his car until one faithful day he saw the car driving by a young lady.
He was very disappointed and sad at the same time and pray that God should intervene for him. Unfortunately, the car had an accident and the lady who was driving the car got injured and he was very happy when it happened. According to Captain, he is not a prophet but those who are buying auction cars will die painfully because those cars are imported by Ghanaians who have suffered and work to buy those cars abroad. When it gets to the port then customs officers and the government official at the port and harbor will confiscate those cars and other items.
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