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Thu, 16 May 2024 Feature Article

Do we not need a bedrocking-system that assists innovative and honest entrepreneurs to grow their businesses?

Do we not need a bedrocking-system that assists innovative and honest entrepreneurs to grow their businesses?
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Dear critical-reader, is it not obvious that Ghanaians need a bedrocking-system focused on facilitating private-sector wealth creation for the transformation of our

Motherland Ghana into a prosperous society in which all who are willing to work can become comfortably well-off?

Health, it is said, is wealth. Luckily, Providence blessed our Motherland Ghana with a conocupia of medicinal plants and herbs, in biodiversity rich rainforests (that we are allowing greedy and ruthless criminal types to destroy with impunity), which contain valuable sustainable green economy inputs for the development of efficacious herbal medicines.

At the same time too, we have allowed our Motherboard Ghana to end up becoming a nation slowly destroying itself, economically, with our cultural disdain for made in Ghana products, and stupid love of imported products - egregious foolishness that has made our country's currency the Ghana cedi, to become the undisputed king of the known world's junk currencies. Pity.

The question to ponder over, as wise and aspirational Africans, is: Why are our ruling elites, unable to envision a future in which instead of this being a nation in which innovative world-class private sector Ghanaian entrepreneurs, such as Daprof Herbal Care's Dr. Dennis Dwomoh, have to struggle endlessly, and go through needless challenges trying to expand their world-class innovative natural healthcare businesses, we rather opt to develop a bedrocking-system that will assist such entrepreneurs to provide affordable nationwide world-class healthcare services, overseas, for the ordinary citizens of African descent, resident in wealthy Global North countries, such the U.S. and EU member-states, as well as the UK, for example?

Will that not help our bankrupted country to develop yet another pillar for our national economy and earn Ghana hard currency too - thus enabling our private sector's most innovative world-class entrepreneurs to help their Motherland improve her trade balance sufficiently enough, to strengthen our weak currency considerably, and grow Ghana's GDP significantly too, in the process, while providing well paid jobs overseas, for our locally trained world-class

healthcare professionals overseas, at the same time, too? Haaba.

Surely, developing an export oriented national economy with this kind of lateral-thinking-mindset isn't, and shouldn't be akin to studying rocket science, dear critical-reader, lol? We need a bedrocking-system focused on facilitating private sector wealth creation for the transformation of our

Motherland Ghana into a prosperous society in which all who are willing to work can be comfortably well off. For sure. Full stop. A word to the wise...

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