The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Bulk Oil Distributors Senyo Hosi has fired back at a lecturer at the Political Science Department of the University of Ghana who criticised his comments on the university's management.
The businessman advised Mr Gyampo to “inspire a modern face of what UG should be” as a young lecturer.
In his facebook post, Mr Hosi says the lecturer's reply to him summarises how the University of Ghana has largely engaged in a one-way communication which has “been generally intolerant of taking honest feedback and criticism.”
Read his post below:
Dear Prof Gyampo,
Just realised our contact started with your agreement to my article about the Founders' day.
You are young and should inspire a modern face of what UG should be.
Your article 'A reply to Senyo Hosi' summarises what the University of Ghana has largely been. A monologue.
It has been generally intolerant of taking honest feedback and criticism. Very few lecturers welcome candor and questioning the status quo.
If this behaviour fails to change, UG will become an expired Kinbu or Nokia 3310.
PS: A bit more honesty about facts in relation to me and what i do will be welcome. I agreed to being an ambassador only 5 days before the event and agreed to undertake to two tasks. Promo Video and radio interview. I executed all and made my personal donation. All were aware I was not going to be available for the launch. I sat through 2 panel discussions.