CORRECTION – On his Facebook information page (immediately below) he is linking to his deceased mother’s Facebook page which she set up with her name spelled with one hyphen.
*** So he has two hyphens in his Facebook name (Smith-Wade-El) and I was going to use that. And most times his deceased mother’s name is also spelled with two hyphens. But then I go to his “About Info” on his Facebook page and he spells his mother’s name with one hyphen (see below). Okay, now I am thoroughly confused!
** Notice the spelling of his name in the below LNP photo caption. Now since he writes columns for LNP, you would think someone there would know how he would like his name spelled!
* The below is a screenshot taken this morning of the official city council member’s page on the city’s website (click here). Notice the number of hyphens in his name. If he wants two hyphens why hasn’t he had this corrected? This is the official city page!
HIGH VALUE PUBLIC ASSET?
The below is from city council president Ismail Smith-Wade-El’s Facebook page regarding the $2.7 million dollar “settlement” with MAW.
Oh, Ismail, Lancaster is not left with a “high-value public asset.” You’ve been listening to Patrick Hopkins again and he’s a liar! Did you believe him when he said it’s “future-proof?” I will explain all of this to you tomorrow but today I want to discuss the spelling of your name. This may sound frivolous, but I like to spell names correctly!