Kennedy Ohene Agyapong is without a doubt one of Ghana's most prolific businessmen. He hasn't gone a day without sharing how he overcame adversity to achieve success in life. In a video posted on GHpage's YouTube channel, the outspoken lawmaker took the time to educate the youth and the general public on how to use social media in a meaningful way.
He said this in light of Twene Jonas, Kelvin Taylor, and others' use of social media to mock many elderly people. During his speech, he announced that his children have attended major universities in the United States and are employed in major institutions, earning a monthly salary of $90,000.
However, he claimed that money is insufficient for him and advised them to do better.
He then revealed that after taxes and other expenses are deducted, he earns over $100,000 a day. As a result, he challenges his children to make more than that.
He also took the opportunity to tell the youth that the future is bright and that if they keep pushing and thinking positively, they will achieve their full potential.
The link of the video has been provided below.
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