Establishment of Industries and Companies It is disheartening that Ghana, a nation which has been blessed by God with abundant natural resources always finds herself in abject poverty and hardship because of Satan-induced mismanagement of resources through people who have been entrusted with them.
Ghana used to have viable companies operating in the country, companies such as Ghana Airways Corporation, Bonsa Tyres Company, Aboso Glass factory, Nsawam Cannery, Kumasi Shoe Factory, Kumasi Jute Factory, Bolgatanga Meat Factory, Asutuare Sugar Factory, Pwaluwugu Tomato Factory, Kade Matches Factory, Black Star Line, among others, are no more in existence, while others are operation far below their maximum capacity (example Ghana Railways Corporation).
My directive to the government is to establish a committee that will involve all stakeholders of all the various factories and companies to make sure they are re-established and empowered to operate at their maximum capacity.
Pozolana cement factory: is almost dead so government must do everything possible to fulfill its side of the bargain on every agreement to allow the company’s products to be used in governmental projects and constructions throughout the nation.
New Areas That Are Crying For the Establishment of Companies
Two additional rice milling companies in the northern part of the country
Tomato factory in Akomadan in the Ashanti Region
Neoplan Assembly plant needs expansion (for mini bus and coaches)
The establishment of assembly plant for Boafo mini track and Adom mini bus
Establishment of space car buses in Accra
Shea butter company in the northern part of the county and other factories for cooking oil such as sunflower, soya bean, etc.
Salt production companies and many more
Officials Organisers and Delegates
As the Lord has taken over the helm of affairs in Ghana now, all personnel who will be tasked with the responsibility of establishing these companies which will bring various jobs to all categories of Ghanaians will be met with open arms wherever they will go for partners and the needed help. All these will be made possible because the 10 percent syndrome and other strings, including favours that are attached to contracts and transactions that enhance national growth is gone forever as both the giver and taker must be made mindful of the curses that await them. That is when all Ghanaians living abroad and at home will take keen interest in building the nation for themselves to the glory of God.
No More Importation of Goods That Can Be Produced In Ghana
Satan has influenced politicians and decision makers in that it is a taboo to buy made-in-Ghana goods to be used by the state because of bribery and corruption. Henceforth, anybody or organisation who will order goods and items which can be produced in Ghana from any other country must be prepared to be cursed.
The situation whereby professionals such as lawyers, consultants, engineers and so on are sidelined by people who are in decision-making positions in the county must be stopped immediately. This must happen unless in specialised cases when those services are needed and are not available in the country and anyone who will flout this direction will also have their share in the curses. A word to the wise is enough.
The Importation to Mini Buses And Coaches
As Neoplan Assembly plant and others are going to start producing buses and coaches in 12 months times, all government establishments, institutions and functionaries, including ministries must make orders from these local productions companies. Neoplan alone was established to supply the whole West African regional market.
Items that take the chunk of our foreign currency and resources like rice, tomato, tomato paste, cooking oil, maize, onion, sugar, salt, poultry products, textile, among others, must be produced in abundance for local consumption and export.
Sandals and shoes for children of school going age up to the SHS and the security personnel must not be imported again once production commences.
Local poultry products should be supplied to various governmental institutions and establishments to boost the industry.
Also, the president, members of parliament and government workers should wear locally-made clothes at their work places to boost the once vibrant but now dying textile industry
Furthermore, the production of bio-fuel diesel in commercial quantities through oil palm plantation, ‘nkrandedua’ plantation and others (to power diesel engines, tracks, tractors and generators) must be established immediately. This has been ignored because people at the helm of affairs and authority prefer to set-up petroleum service stations and allied establishments to import finished products to milk the poor Ghanaian while local production would create huge and varying employment opportunities for Ghanaians. The Lord is indeed watching. Jeremiah 17:11 reads: “ As a partridge that hatches eggs which it has not laid, so is he who makes a fortune, but unjustly; in the midst of his days it will forsake him, and the end he will be a fool.”
He who has ears, let him hear what the Spirit says.
Source: Apostle Kofi Nkansah-Sarkodie/D-Guide
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