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LETTER FROM A CRYING GHANAIAN (STANLEY MENSAH KODIA) TO THE REPUBLIC OF GHANA

It is an undeniable fact that several hidden entrepreneurs are scattered all over Africa. They prefer to remain anonymous because of the fear having their efforts to develop Africa thwarted by forces beyond their might.

Ghana alone can never be developed by the government. Young Ghanaian entrepreneurs should be given the chance and enabling environment to drive our country forward. In retrospect, there’s supposed to be a collective responsibility between government and young entrepreneurs to put our country at the pinnacle it deserves.

Africa has been blessed with several Aliko Dangotes(Nigeria)several Otidolas(Nigeria)several Nana Appiah Mensahs(Ghana)several Joseph Siaw Agyepongs(Ghana)and the list goes on and on and on. But to what extent do we support and nurture these enterprising and promising young entrepreneurs? Are we always quick to bring them down as it is in the case in Ghana? If yes, then we should bow down our heads in shame

I for one, I can’t remain mute on this unfortunate happenings that bedevil our young entrepreneurs and thus draw us back as a country. We need to stand and support our own. One may ask, why at all has STANLEY Mensah KODIA thrown his weight and time to stand by Nana Appiah Mensah through thick and thin? The answer is simple; it’s not because he paid me a dime to do this. Far from that! It is basically because Nana Appiah’s enterprising stature and vision is poised to benefit multitudes,myriads and multiplicity of Ghanaians,both young and old and catapult our dear nation Ghana to an enviable height. Yes, if I should come across 1000s of Nana Appiahs, I will boldly rally behind all of them without any shred of fear whatsoever.

I never sought to do propaganda nor score any political point in favor of any political party….never! My intentions have always been clear, and that is, to promote and support the good deeds that emanate from my country Ghana. I may have sounded abusive. I may have sounded aggressive. I may have sounded vulgar. But one thing would always underline my actions….BITTERNESS. Out of frustration,helplessness and and hopelessness, I may have stepped on the toes of my elders. Permit me to use this medium to unreservedly render an unqualified apology to all those I might have offended in my bid to send my messages across. Please endeavour to let bygones be bygones in the true spirit of reconciliation.

I will always love and cherish my country of origin and support any good agenda that emanate from Ghana.

Long live Ghana, long live all leaders both past and present. The mantra still beckons…..GhanaShallProsper

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