According to Kevin Taylor, who is a US-based Ghanaian broadcast journalist, known for criticising the current government, there are a lot of Ghanaian owned businesses that are collapsing under this current government and he doesn't even know the reason why it is so.
Yesterday, he said on his “With All Due Respect” show that Ghanaians are complaining about the lack of jobs in the country but the government is not doing anything about it and has pretended it has not seen the suffering and poverty the citizens are in. He even said that this particular government is just killing Ghanaian owned business and destroying Ghanaian businessmen who are not affiliated to them by destroying their business.
He went on to use Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom’s bank as an example, where he said that the bank employs about 2000 Ghanaians across the country but the president failed to have mercy on these people by collapsing the bank. He also said that he doesn't the reason why the government is going after Dr Opuni, who help the cocoa industry get the highest yield ever by taking to court for almost 5 years instead of working with him to continue his good work.
what do you think of Kevin Taylor’s comments?
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