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neoweb4u|Web site Developer I Advertising I Social Media Advertising I Content material Creators I Branding Creators I Administration I System Resolution|GHANA EXPOSE" How Ghana And Egypt Received Africa's Highest International Direct Funding (FDI) 2020

neoweb4u|Web site Developer I Advertising I Social Media Advertising I Content material Creators I Branding Creators I Administration I System Resolution|GHANA EXPOSE" How Ghana And Egypt Received Africa's Highest International Direct Funding (FDI) 2020

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Neoweb4u|Final yr 2020, Ghana was second in attracting International Direct Funding (FDI) in Africa. the nation bagged $2.7billion value of funding out of which …

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  1. God bless mother Ghana God bless Nana Addo and Bawumiah for making us proud.

  2. All this is not important if foreign investment is not translating to local jobs, improvements and infrastructure. Jobs and again employment is what the ordinary Ghanaian needs. Stop the importation of foreign products and build factories to utilise the raw materials and local produce in the country. Always looking elsewhere when Ghana could be the paradise it's meant to be

  3. God bless our mother land Ghana!

    Indeed, the 3 habits for life are take responsibility, take ownership and take action. Development forever

  4. Keep tickling yourselves and laugh. You can't compare Ghana to Rwanda, Ethiopia, South Africa and not even Nigeria. Ghana government know how to talk and set slogans for ideas they themselves know they can't put to reality. This 21st century all we need is to see not to hear so if this government want us to take them serious then they should start showing instead of talking.

  5. You cannot be giant of Africa with low GDP..and Ghana with lower GDP growth..thinks they are giant of Africa…nonsense…Nigeria remains richest country in African with GDP growth of 500 billion dollar meanwhile Ghana GDP growth is 68 billion dollar. ..Ghana is a joke

  6. If there are no taxes paid by these investors then the investments are just baits to fish out the wealth of Ghana and even the jobs are temporary especially if it's just for building contracts etc.

    At least tax them as the local business owners are taxed. Don't take bribes to accord unsustainable benefits to these foreign investors at the expense of the citizens.

  7. Well done Ghana .Never allow anything including corruption to derail your focus . Pay attention to the terms and conditions of the contracts you sign with foreign companies to exploit your varous mineral and land resources. Remember that theses are fixed assets, make the most of it to develop your country. Show example to the rest of Africa and make African Great. God bless.

  8. God Bless our Homeland Ghana🇬🇭✊🥰

  9. There’s growing up in Ghana, a generation which has no first-hand knowledge of colonial rule. These boys and girls, born since independence, will find it difficult to believe that there was a time when Africans could not walk in certain parts of every town, unless they had business there as servants. The limitations on our freedom, the crimes against our dignity as human beings, will seem to them remote and unreal.It’s cheering to think that when they meet an European it will never occur to them to touch the imaginary forelock, or bow in servility, as some of our older Men still do, so hard is it to break long-established habits. The social effects of colonialism are more insidious than the political and economic. This is because they go deep into the minds of people and therefore take longer to eradicate. The Europeans relegated us to the position of inferiors in every aspect of our everyday life.

  10. Ghana 🇬🇭 and Egypt 🇪🇬 Golden Eagles

  11. Ghana or the African continent doesn't produce nothing, almost everything is been imported so a small challenge in the supply chain will always have disastrous consequences on the economy COVID made that clear. If we want to do better
    , is time we should depend less on foreign supplies and start manufacturing and producing more.

  12. STOP BOASTING OF POPULATION GROWTH
    The average number of people in a single household in Africa is at least 16…this is typically inhumane.

  13. You think investment returns are like mushrooms. Go look for the spirit of patient. Will you give dry rice to your kids because they are hungry and therefore cannot wair for the rice to be cooked. What impatience is this

  14. I"always don't know how Ghanaians understand what's economic, because everyday Ghanaians change the price of good in the market everyday and fully price is changing everyday..in Europe economic 20 years the price is always the same,so I"don't know how Ghanaians understand that is economic why many people don't even have good water to drink 🤣🤣🤣🗝️🇮🇱

  15. That's good thank God although the speech was absolutely boring

  16. STOP DEALING WITH CHINA!!! We Blacl Americans know the game they play. They are not good for Africa. Control your RESOURCES!

  17. You know one thing about Ghanaians, we talk too much and do little, example is Yoofi Grant, What innovation has he brought to GIPC and what is GIPC currently doimg for the economy?
    So far as i am concern, this was just a public lectures to re echo the past for which some of us a very much aware of those infos however for a very long time he has not been in the spotlight and therefore he just wanted to show off that they are also working. Look at your audiences they look lost and can not fandom the reality of what you're talking about….now you're comparing apple's to oranges, okay try hard…

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