According to Kwame Appiah Kubi, who is the host of Accra Fm’s breakfast show dubbed “Ghana Yensom”, the leaders of the country have misappropriated the priorities of the country and doing the wrong things at the wrong time.
He said on his show this morning that, he doesn't understand the reason why the ministry of communication which is headed by Hon. Ursula Owusu, which is supposed to be the regulator of the telecommunication networks in Ghana, waste the taxpayer's money to buy AirtelTigo which has a dept of 100 million Ghana cedis, in the name of there are some Ghanaians who work there and we don't want them to be laid off.
He went on to say that, we were all in a country where the government used the taxpayer's money to collapse indigenous Ghanaian banks, which had employed thousands of Ghanaian across the country. He made an instance with Dr Papa Kwesi Ndom’s GN bank which had a branch in almost every constituency in the country.
He concluded that the government couldn't even manage Ghana Telecom that is the reason why it was sold for Vodafone and what is the assurance that the state can effectively run the newly acquired AirtelTigo.
Do you agree with the claims of Kwame Appiah Kubi that buying AirtelTigo was not needed but the government should have helped the collapsing banks stand on their feet?
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