Captain Smart ‘Chills’ With His Wife As He Speaks After His Release From Police Custody – Video

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Loud speaking Ghanaian broadcast journalist, Captain Smart has dropped his first video following his release from police custody.

New went rife yesterday following the arrest of the host of Onua TV/FM morning show in Accra by Nima Divisional Police Command for some unsavory pronouncements that he reportedly made on his show that hinge on peace and security.

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Well, it appears he has already been granted bail by the Ghana Police Service and already he is back to doing what he loves doing most — which is talking.

In a video seen on his Facebook page, Captain Smart was seen walking out from the premises of Media General after he made sure the place was well set up for their program dubbed ‘The People’s Assembly, which is expected to see a lot of well-resourced people and ordinary Ghanaians express their views on how the country can be put back on track.

“I just want to alert you that the Peoples Assembly will be coming on tomorrow on Onua TV and Onua FM. A lot of people will be coming to share their views on different issues,” Captain Smart said in the video.

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Captain Smart was also seen heard telling his wife that there should go home after all the stress he has been through, especially at the hands of the Ghana Police Service.

Watch the video below

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