Captain Smart recounts when he received an empty envelope as birthday gift from former President J. A Kuffuor (video)

Former Staff of Multimedia Group, Captain Smart has recounted that on May 5, 2002, he received an empty envelope from Former President John Agyekum Kuffuor who was then ruling President.

To his surprise, he decided to find out the concealed reason behind that bizarre gesture because he thought the envelope would be full of cash.

According to him, the former President of the republic of Ghana, J. A Kuffuor explained in a proverbial manner that “One who is given a vacant space has the capacity to fill the space and as such he should execute that responsibility”.

Speaking in an interview with Kofi Adomah on Kofi TV, the ex-host of Adom FM’s morning show recounted that, on that very day, the junior brother of the former President, Hon. Dr. Addo kuffuor blessed him with the title “Captain” and due to his smartness and diligence towards his work, hence the name “Captain Smart”.

This was because he would have been given a captaincy title if he had served in the Military. He further noted that, though he is a fully trained Soldier but circumstances beyond his control stopped him from serving in the Military.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x5DXPnHrhaE

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