Captain Smart reportedly gets a new job offering him 100 dollars a day after getting sacked from Angel FM

It seems fate has smiled at the former show host at Angel FM and Television, Godsbrain Smart popularly called Captain Smart as he has reportedly bagged a new appointment few hours after his suspension by Management of the station for allegedly going too hard on the incumbent NPP Government.

The suspension of Captain Smart for criticizing the Government caused a lot of uproar in Ghana with the likes of Manasseh Azure asking if there is anything like Press Freedom. On the 6th of May 2021, the Angel Broadcasting Network suspended their morning show host for his harsh utterances against some high personalities in the Government

However, as fate would have it, another well-known media personality offered Captain Smart a three-month contract at $100 per day.

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The founder of Loud Silence Media, Kelvin Ekow Badu Taylor, a Ghanaian journalist based in the United States of America, has announced new employment for Captain Smart. Kelvin added that he will pay him a $100 daily allowance for the next three months.

Kelvin  Tailor made this known in a facebook post on his page few hours after his friend’s suspension came in to the public domain. It is unclear whether Mr. Smart will accept or reject the offer.

Kelvin Taylor is a well-known social media blogger and commentator based in the United States. On his regular broadcast, “With All Due Respect,” he often make commentary on political issues. His show, which he usually stream on Facebook and YouTube, focuses on a variety of developmental issues in Ghana.


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