"Confession Time"- They Are All Thieves And It's Time Ghanaians Must Know- Kennedy Agyapong
Honourable Kennedy Ohene Agyapong who is the member of parliament for Assin Central in the Central region of Ghana, has boldly revealed that most of the Ghanaian workers are thieves and they are always the cause for the downfall of big businesses in the nation.
Honourable Kennedy Ohene Agyapong popularly known as Akompreko speaking on Net2 television station a new maiden program which has been introduced with the name "The Attitude", added that he was with a woman who was having a cold store at Madina, Greater Accra business collapsed by her own sister's son and it was very sad. The boy with the security was always stealing boxes of fishes and selling it to different person.
I must confess that some entrepreneurs in the country are also wicked and seems they do not have heart. The way they treat their workers and control them, as if these workers do not have family and they (owners of the industries) must be very careful because know one knows tomorrow.
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