What You Did Yesterday Was A Waste Of Time – Captain Smart to West African Leaders

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The West African Leaders met Yesterday in Accra to discuss issues rising in Africa especially in Mali.

The Heads of State in all the West African Countries came to Accra-Ghana as scheduled to take a decision concerning member nations.

The main agenda of the meeting was the issues arising in Mali government overthrow. The Heads of States discussed the way forward for Mali and how they can prevent such happenings in other countries in West Africa on Africa Continent.

The Heads of State all agreed to sanction Mali current government since they came to power through an ill manner.

The sanction for the current Mali government 1. The current Mali government cannot travel to any other West Africa Country for a visit or business talking.

Other West Africa Nations will not be doing business with Mali. The importing and exporting of goods to and from Mali will be seized.

Another minor sanction was also imposed on Mali as the results of the government overthrow.


Captain Smart “The Anti Corruption Crusader” blast all the West African Heads of State for wasting West Africans Time.

He said! Instead of the Leaders rebuking the overthrown Malian President to stop doing what he’s doing, they rather supported him because they are the same.

Captain Smart said, right after the ECOWAS meeting yesterday Mali soldiers hit the street and were followed by women and children praising them for overthrowing the government.

The Anti Corruption Crusader said, he can’t understand why African Leaders refuse to think positive for their people.

The seasonal journalist was very angry with the Africa leaders for showing little concern about their people.


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