Ghanaians living in the diaspora have been urged by Captain Smart to reconsider coming home if they have been considering it.
Commenting on the unfortunate murder of Macho Kaaka and the subsequent violence that ensued in Ejura, Captain Smart lamented the state of insecurity in Ghana.
“The country is not safe, the way the soldier who shot and killed the protestors positioned himself as if he was killing an animal. He shot straight into the crowd“. He said.
“Stop and listen Ghanaians living abroad who want to come home the country is not safe. Those coming on holidays should stop. There is no peace in the country.
If you have a house, sell and travel to abroad. You will die if you come. At the airport they will steal from you and if you are going home, armed robbers will attack you. I am warning you don’t come“. He added.