According to businessman and politician Kennedy Agyapong, most Ghanaians steal from their employers in order to amass unimaginable riches for themselves.
He said that these thieves are not only in private businesses but also in public sectors and not a surprise to see one in President Akufo Addo’s government.
On his television station on Wednesday, March 17, the Assin Central Lawmaker reported that most of these employees would rather accuse politicians of stealing from the state than do worse.
He also urged employers to pay close attention to their employees in order to prevent them from bringing the business down with their attitude.
“No one should beg me to stop. I will change Ghana. I can’t sit down and look at this happen to Ama Ghana…” – he said.
“I have a project I am doing at Tema, one of the boys who watch over the project told me that thieves come around so I should fix lights all over the place. Meanwhile, he was the one planning with the thieves to steal the iron rods and other materials meant for the project,” he further asserted.
He added “I got him arrested. Let me state without fear that most Ghanaian workers are thieves. They steal from their employers and amass wealth for themselves.”
“Politicians steal and carry the money out of the country but the civil servants and other workers are doing worse than the politicians,” Mr Agyapong noted.