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Age isn’t a representation of how smart you are – Wizkid

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Top Nigerian singer, Ayodeji Balogun also known as Wizkid, has thrown an open shade to people who believe they are wiser by virtue of their age.

The award-winning singer said age is not a determining factor one can use to tell how smart another person is.

Wizkid stated this via his Snapchat account as he noted that he knows some grown up people who are stupid.

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In other news, a Police officer, Francis Adetsi has been caught allegedly smoking ‘weed’ in a community in Akim Etwereso, the Eastern Region of Ghana.

The on-duty officer who was deployed to Ayirebi was nabbed by chief of the community, Daasebre Ofosu Kwabi.

In a video making the rounds online, he was initially pleading with the chief and some men who accompained him to the scene.

But in a very quick turn of events, the policeman changed his position after being confronted and denied engaging in any drug use.

Despite being caught red-handed with a lighted blunt in his hand, Adetsi claimed he was not smoking ‘weed’ and challenged Daasebre to know if he will get him arrested.

He said, “That what? What kind of big offense are you talking about? So will you arrest me, or add this one to me? What are you telling me? I don’t go that way?

Do you know where I’m from and the work I came to do here? Or do you think I’m only at the barrier? And you are telling me that you’ll arrest me? Are you done arresting the folks in this village?” the visibly angry policeman burst out.”

Particles of processed marijuana were found close to where he was seated, but he also denied being the person responsbile for the debris.

He claimed that he was sent on a mission to the ghetto and the owners took to their heels the very moment they saw him.

The chief was taken aback by his reaction, but in a very calm way, he addressed the questions the policeman asked him by throwing his own questions at him.

“Hear me; the people I am walking with are with the National Security… the statement you made that ‘have we finished arresting the people of this community’ is very unfortunate. Do you know the instructions I have issued in this community?” he told the officer.

The policeman then pleaded for mercy, acknowledging to the chief that he was at fault, while apologising for the way he spoke earlier.

After a heated argument, the Chief’s macho bodyguards who were armed marched him from the ghetto to the town hall for further interrogation.

The chief of the community has since vowed to ensure that he reports the behaviour of the policeman to the Inspector General of Police, COP Dr. George Akuffo Dampare.

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