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Captain Smart’s ‘Stubbornness’ Gets Him In Trouble As Minister Sends CID After Him



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Captain Smart has dragged himself into trouble with the government once again as a minister has sent the Police CID onto him.

The Minister of Roads and Highways, Kwesi Amoako Attah, has sent the police CID to investigate corruption allegations against Mr Smart.

The Minister through his lawyers has lodged a complaint with the Police CID.

The complaint points to allegations a woman made against Captain Smart on the Net 2 TV Show ‘The seat’ and urges the police to get to the bottom of the matter.

The woman claimed Captain Smart extorted Ghc 25,000 from her under the pretext of helping her stop a building project.

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She alleged that Captain Smart told her the money was to bribe the Minister, Amoako Attah, to enable take a decision in her favour.

However, after paying the money nothing happened and the building was completed.

The Minister’s lawyers are therefore urging the CID to investigate the issue.

An audio clip of the woman’s allegations was attached to the letter.

Captain Smart is having zero peace since he has also decided not to give the NPP government peace.

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He has been firing the President for a poor job done since his Angel Fm days, and his criticism of the government keeps getting him into trouble.

First they got him fired from Angel TV, and now he is to be investigated for corruption by the whole CID!

A woman calls into an NPP station to make allegations and now that is the basis to send the CID after a government critic.

Don’t be surprised if they find a way to jail this man before the NPP leaves power!





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