Political activist kwame Asare Obeing A-Plus has told Kumasi Asante Kotoko board member, Mr. Kwesi Osei Ofori who won the bid to mine and refine bauxite at Nyinayini and Mpasaaso mineral site under NPP government that, if what he is hearing is true, then he is not a good businessman.
A-Plus told him that when government changes, the contract will be taking away from him because it was Ibrahim Mahama who started the site but when government changes, it was taken away from him.
"If it's true then you are not a good businessman. When government changes it will be taken away from you. I didn't say if. I said when!!! Look sharp" A-Plus told him.
Some people reacting to the news stated that "When it was Ibrahim Mahama we heard all the ugly noises these Npp folks made in this country. Is Mr. Kwasi Osei Ofori more Ghanaian than Ibrahim Mahama? Ghana de3, agyimifoo ne nkwasiafoo no dooso dodo".
After going through a post made by people when the news broke that Mr. Kwesi Osei Ofori has won the bid to mine and refine bauxite at Nyinayini and Mpasaaso, they are not happy with how Ibrahim Mahama was treated by NPP government.
"So is this Man more Ghanaian than Ibrahim Mahama? Well let's see how events will unfold..Smh" another Ghanaian fumes.
Some people stated that Ghana is now like animal farm. Those who make the laws or lead benefit much thank those carry the laws or follows.
"We are indeed in the animal farm" another Ghanaian reacted on social media.
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