Accra now is one of the most expensive cities in Africa, not because we are adding value or sharing wealth equitably, but because of the fight between the dollar against some major international currencies.
Rather, blame has been put on the volatile currency; the charges at the port and the cost of doing business is not getting any cheaper.
Is that only the reason we seem to be printing ourselves out of business or out of the expansion?
Is this an individual matter or an issue worthy of the boys at the top to look into?
Very soon the housing market will be out of reach for many Ghanaians as all sectors are racing to the top with a price but there seems to be one pricing formula in Ghana and that's premium pricing.
A very interesting conversation for patriots.
My name is Nana Ansah Kwao IV and I'm fed up with paying the top price.
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