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Ghanaians Will Appreciate Akufo Addo's 'wisdom' tens years After Agyapa Royalties Deals - Gabby

To cash in now so you can get your share with remaining "Akyem Sakawa mafias", those gods that will punish you will resume work on Monday.

Greedy people according to Facebook user.

Gabby Otchere Asare Darko, the cousin of the current president has a special gospel message for Ghanaians this morning as she prepares to go to church.

He provided a message which shows how Dr. Kwabena Duffour tried but failed to set up the Ghana Gold Company.

According to him, the latest attempts to set up the Ghana Gold Company is in the interest of the country and to him opportunity comes but once, claiming arguments over the botched deal is counterproductive.

He maintains Ghanaians will never his uncle's wisdom after ten years of successful implementation of Agyapa Royalties deals.

He said in a statement monitored by Accra News.

Good morning, my PA did this graph that I want to share with you. Study gold prices over the last 30 years and notice that it was at a record high when Dr Kwabena Duffuor tried for two years to set up the Ghana Gold Company but failed. Gold price has set a new record in 2020. It may not happen again for another 10 years or even more as we argue among ourselves. 

Understand why it makes sense to cash in now and in a clever way where you are the biggest shareholder of the very company to which you are selling!

The plan: Create Africa’s first royalties company to invest and grow; own majority of it; use the proceeds from the listing (selling up to 49% of it) of the royalties co to develop Ghana now and for the future. #SmartLeadership A clever way to build “Agyapadie” for all Ghanaians now and the future. 

Mark this on the wall: we will look back in 10 years time and fully appreciate Akufo-Addo’s wisdom. #TrustAkufoAddo

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