• Sat. Aug 13th, 2022

I’m not against Akufo-Addo or the NPP, but I’m against their actions – Captain Smart



Captain Smart has stated that he is a proud member of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), and that he is therefore not opposed to President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo or the party.

Rather, he continued, he opposes the policies and the manner in which the administration manages the country’s business.

On the New Day show on TV3 on Friday February 4, the presenter told his colleague at Media General, Johnnie Hughes, that he supports policies like the free Senior High School (free SHS), which he believes is the best policy of this administration.

He does hope, though, that one day the President will be allowed to attend the same hospitals where ordinary people receive medical care. As he stated, this would imply that the health-care system has been overhauled.

He also wants the children of Education and Energy Ministers Yaw Osei Adutwum and Dr Mathew Opoku Prempeh to enroll their children in any public school as a symbol of fixing the challenges in public schools.

After narrating his situation in police custody following his arrest and imprisonment on Wednesday, he remarked, “I am not opposed to Nana Addo or the NPP; I am opposed to their policies.”

The morning show host for Onua TV/FM was freed on bond on Thursday, February 3rd.

He completed all of the bail conditions and was released from police custody at the Accra Circuit Court 8.

At the National Security Office, Eric Daniels, Dadzie Copperfield (DJ GH Boy), and other Onua Tv crew members were detained.

After pleading not guilty to two counts of extortion and aiding and abetting extortion, they were granted bail.

The judge granted them bail at 10:45 a.m., and the investigation’s lead inspector drove the four guarantee to confirm their identities.

The two men were first taken to the National Security office, where they stayed for three hours to brief the Court’s coordinator on the situation.

One officer (Eric Osei) accompanied the four sureties to check their addresses after a three-hour stay with the National Security Agency. They were unable to complete all of the bail terms due to the wait until the court closed.

Officers who had departed for confirmation did not return by the time the law expired at 4 p.m., so the accused were taken to National Security and subsequently to the Ministries Police Precinct, where they were imprisoned for a time.

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