The Member of Parliament for Ningo Prampram Constituency Samuel Nartey George has mockingly said that perhaps we can start a 'susu' business with the balance of the 170 million euros loan from Germany after paying the 170 million dollars judgment debt incurred.
Sam George made this statement in a post he tweeted on Twitter some few hours ago following the 170 million dollar judgment debt ruled against Ghana by a UK court.
According to him, it looks like someone doesn't know the judges in London.
"Looks like someone doesn't know the judges in London. We just took a loan of €170m to start a bank from Germany, and now we have to pay $170m in judgment debts. Maybe we can start a susu business with the change left. Ghana, my Ghana." - he posted on Twitter
Check out his tweet below:
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