The Deputy Propaganda Secretary of the ruling NDC Solomon Nkansah, says businessmen in Ghana are sabotaging the ruling government.

He said this on Multi TV during “Mpensempensemu” on Badwam, the newspaper review segment. The Propaganda secretary based his arguments on the notion that “some have politically driven business mindset”.

Explaining the rationale behind the statement, he said the ex factory price of GHACEM cement has not been increased, saying the variation in prices of the product assigned to the cost of transportation is not a good business idea but “indiscipline and wickedness on the Ghanaian businessman”.

Businesses are driven on profit incentives but Mr. Solomon Nkansah says, “disciplined and patriotic businessmen” who are financially disciplined will not engage in an act of this nature.

He said the objective of these businessmen is to disgrace and tag the ruling government with a bad name.

Discussing the supplementary budget read in parliament by Dr. Kwabena Duffour, the Finance Minister, the NDC’s Deputy Propaganda secretary was of the view that President Mills’ economy had faced challenges on the assumption of office created by the previous regime as a result of its poor economic management.

Source: Multi TV/Ghana