Ghanaians beg for jobs, but turn out with ‘bad work ethics’ when employed – Kofi Amoah


The famous businessman Dr. Kofi Amoah has revealed that Ghanaian youths find it difficult to take take their jobs seriously after being employed, ignoring the fact that the country is suffering from high rising unemployment rate.

He affirmed that after having employed several Ghanaians, he has grown irritated by their countenance to work, as they always turn out poorly.

Speaking in an interview with Deloris Frimpong Manso, on the Delay Show; “…those who have been able to secure jobs also have bad work ethics by 10 am you will come to and ask of Joe and they will tell you Joe is going to buy Waakye…They don’t impress me and they are not serious.”

Dr. Kofi further stated that Ghana’s future is hanging on a tipping point if critical attention is not paid to this error, as the country will suffer backwardness.