“I criticised Mahama over Ghana’s debt but Bawumia is worse” – Captain Smart finally admits

Many Ghanaians who have lost hope in our top Journalists in Ghana, tagging them as being in bed with the ruling government due to thier silence over the many inconsistencies that characterise the NPP government, have thrown their weight behind Captain Smart of Angel FM as he boldly declares to hold the President and his Vice to the task.

Business Mogul Dr. Sam Jonah at an event over the weekend is on record to have said, it appears to him that the culture of silence has returned into the country, where the voices of intellectuals and academia are missing and the Media now conveying more political propaganda for their own parochial interest tagging some to be hypocrisy.

Captain Smart who gain more popularity on Fabewoso segment aired on Adom FM his former station, seems to have relaxed after joining Angel Broadcasting Network as the new host of the Anopa Bɔfoɔ, but this morning he rekindles his talented verbal prowess by descending heavily on the Vice President, Mahamudu Bawumia tagging him of being worse as compared to former President, John Dramani Mahama when talk about Ghana debt to GDP.

According to him, under JDM the debt to GDP was 69. 9% but he was among the people who labeled him as incompetent, hence led to his defeat, hoping things will be right under Nana Akufo- Addo and Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia but today nothing is working. Our lands and water bodies have been destroyed, no potable water to drink as our cocoa trees has been cut down and sadly the nation is wallowing in debt. He called the Vice President as super, super incompetent since he is the head of the Economic Management Team and advises him to take a clue from what happened to Alhaji Aliu Mahama or else will face a big disgrace ahead.

He extends a courtesy call on all journalist across the country to wake up and hold government to task, while he established that no one in NPP is more devoted that him likewise no NDC member is more committed than Mugabe Maase.

He concluded with the statement; It good to tell your mother the truth when she goes wrong rather than praising her, which doesn’ t show love. “


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