Kwame Dzokoto reveals dirty secrets about Captain Smart

Kwame Dzokoto for the first time added his voice to the growing brouhaha that keeps emanating from the camp of Captain Smart in a recent interview.

Speaking to Kofi Adomah, Dzokoto expressed shock that Captain Smart who was suspended by Angel Group of Companies was hired by Media General.

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Kwame Dzokoto said;

“The other time I heard Captain Smart insulting me, he was on the radio saying Dzokoto killed his talent … no no no, everything I do, I know why I am doing it and I believe in honesty. He insulted me but I don’t want to descend on his case,” he said on Kofi TV.

Speaking out of disappointment over what Captain Smart said about him, he added that; “let’s go the police station around your Fox FM workplace and check the records over there about your criminal cases. Have you heard that I have ever had a police case?

“If he is a man he should come so we talk about his cases, story by story … he said politics has killed my talent, did anyone tell you he was going into politics to make money, if you have such thoughts, keep it in your mind. Maybe that is your mind that politics is about money.

“When they were contesting the last time, didn’t NDC people give you money to go and share for Western media people? All these things we know, me I blame my party for it,” he added.

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