Captain Smart Breaks Silence On His Resignation From Adom FM

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Captain Smart on his resignation from Adom FM

Nana Yaa Brefo was recently in the news following her resignation from the media giants; MultiMedia Group Limited after working with the said media outlet for over a decade.

Nana Yaa‘s resignation that came to many Ghanaians as a shock as they expressed their joy over her resignation as she was fingered to be poor in her choice of asking questions.

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Another development from the same media giants; MultiMedia has it that, one of the controversial media personalities who also works at Adom Fm who was formerly in Kumasi-based Fox Fm, Captain Smart has also resigned.

The news that was captured on GhanaWeb this morning caused the BBC Ghana to make an up-close to the media figure and actually get to find out the true side of the story.

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Interestingly, Captain Smart has debunked those rumours as he expresses his disappointment at GhanaWewb for not making due diligence and proper checks before publishing such a fake story.

Captain Smart added that he was even surprised at GhanaWeb for not calling him for his side of the story before making such a story that was made by one satire blog.

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Captain Smart said to the BBC Ghana’s Kofi Anokye:

“I was surprised to wake up and saw numerous calls and text messages on my phone. Upon further messages, I later realized that I was said to have resigned from my station this Adom FM as I follow Nana Yaa Brefo, Massar that news is fake”.

Source: TheBBCghana.Com

 

SOURCEthebbcghana.com
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