Ace Jounalist, Captain Smart who is the host of Onua Maakye has earlier today been arrested by the Nima Divisional Police. After, his arrest a lot of people have shared their opinions about it.
Ghana Police has released a communique which sees to clarify the reasons why they arrested him. According to the police, he was arrested because he allegedly incited the army on his show.
FixTheCountry leader, Osagyefo Oliver Barker-Vormawor has defended Captain Smart after he entirely watched the video which landed Captain Smart in custody of police. According to Oliver Barker, Captain Smart has not faulted in anyway with his speech which has to get him arrested. He revealed that Captain Smart didn't incite the army. He therefore stated categorically that Captain Smart arrest is politically motivated.
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