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Captain Smart, a highly respected journalist and vocal critic of ineffective governance, has recently launched a strong and pointed critique against the current and former Presidents of Ghana, namely Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and John Dramani Mahama. He holds them responsible for the various challenges that the country is currently facing.

During his Onua Maakye show on Monday, Captain Smart criticised the two leaders for not effectively utilising Ghana’s abundant natural resources. Instead, he pointed out that they have been relying on borrowing money from countries with fewer populations and resources to fund the country’s development.

According to him, Ghanaian leaders lack the necessary wisdom to effectively harness the country’s abundant natural resources, including gold, cocoa, oil, bauxite, and timber. He further claims that these leaders have prioritised the interests of foreign powers over those of their own country.

He further asserted that the majority of Ghanaian presidents did not pay tuition fees during their time in university, and he criticised them for their alleged contribution to the country’s downfall through corruption, mismanagement, and incompetence.

He made an additional claim that Nana Addo did not attend any law school. He supported this by referring to a statement made by Agyemang Rawlings, the wife of the late former president Jerry John Rawlings, who stated that Nana Addo was not a lawyer.

Captain Smart expressed his opinion that both Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and John Dramani Mahama have played a significant role in the challenges faced by Ghana. He believes that due to their contributions, neither of them possesses the moral authority to criticise one another or seek re-election.

He passionately encouraged the people of Ghana to awaken and actively seek accountability and good governance from their leaders. Additionally, he emphasised the importance of making wise choices when casting their votes in the upcoming elections.

He expressed that Ghana deserves better than its current situation and has the potential to become a developed and prosperous nation if its leaders and citizens collaborate for the common good.

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