The maverick journalist, Godsbrain Smart, popularly known as Captain Smart, has found himself in state of uncontrollable flow of tears on live TV this morning on Onua TV's Onua Maakye. Captain Smart bemoaned the state of management of public facilities and the ones that have been supposedly left to rot in the bush and nothing seems to be done about it. In the past few weeks, he has taken the time to reveal some of the prominent health facilities that were supposed to have been completed some time ago.
Speaking on Onua TV this morning, he said that his pain about all the mismanagement of these facilities is that they were constructed with loans that would be paid in tens of years to come when majority of all these leaders may not be alive. Giving some accounts to these, he wept bitterly while still on camera and could not control his tears. "What sin have we committed by queueing to vote for you and you build hospitals for us but we cannot access it because they have been left in the bushes?", Smart questioned.
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