The host of Adom FM’s morning show, Captain Smart has added his voice to the trending Moesha Boduong interview on CNN.
In an interview with CNN’s Christiane Amanpour on the topic “When Being A Mistress Is A Financial Decision”. Moesha made it clear that Ghanaian women have soo many needs they can never fulfill it except a man provides. And It doesn’t matter if the man is married or not.
“In Ghana, our economy is in such a way that you need someone to just take care of you [because] you can’t make enough money as a woman here.Even when you want to get an apartment, you have to pay for two years advance and I just started working so where am I going to get that money to pay for an apartment for two years,” she said.
On what the man expects in return, Moesha said, “He expects me to be loyal and just to date him only and give him sex when he wants.You can’t say no. You have to give him what he wants otherwise he is going to think you are cheating on him.
This statement has sparked controversy with many accusing her of glorifying prostitution and worse generalizing her shameful lifestyle to include all Ghanaian women.
But Captain Smart, the Adom FM present thinks Moesha was right and should be applauded for being honest with the current state of Ghana. In an interview on Daybreak on Hitz FM, said Ghanaians are just being hypocritical with what the slay queen said. He called on the government to fix the nation’s problems to avoid these embarrassing situations the youth find themselves in the country.
“Even nurses and teachers are still home. They’ve not been posted. What do you expect them to do? In this country, people cannot even take care of their own children. We must be proactive and pragmatic and begin to work; better the life of the ordinary” he suggested.
“Is what she said a lie?” he queried. “We live in a country that they are demanding two-year advance from you for rent. Nobody is talking about it. This lady goes to the international stage and says it and we are pretending as if it’s not happened anywhere before. She is right. We should have a rent policy.”