Ghanaian Youths Are Lazy – Kwadwo Safo Jnr 

Ghanaian Youths Are Lazy - Kwadwo Safo Jnr 

Chief Executive Officer of the Kantanka Group of Companies Kwadwo Safo Jnr. has said that Ghanaian youth laziness is also a contributing factor to the country’s hardship.

The president’s refusal to reshuffle the ministers and fire the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta, has been blamed by many Ghanaians for the recent economic crisis and the depreciation of the Cedi. 

While the majority of Ghanaians are criticizing the current administration and holding them responsible for the country’s economic crisis and lack of competence, Kwadwo Safo Jr., CEO of the Kantanka Group of Companies, has a different viewpoint.

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Kwadwo Safo Jnr claims that the youth of this nation have failed to enter the world of entrepreneurship, particularly farming, due to their laziness. He continued by saying that not all of the country’s citizens’ misfortunes are the fault of the government.

In his subsequent tweets, Safo lamented the cost of cement while claiming that the country’s high rate of inflation was due to the inept leadership of those who had been elected to serve the interests of the populace and ease their burdens.

“Cement was 69.5ghc yesterday, today cement is 82ghc What the hell is going on? You ask the guy in charge and he answers in a rude manner. If people vote for you, means you are accountable to those people”— He said

However, in his tweet sighted on his page claiming Ghanaian youths are lazy, Kwadwo Safo wrote, “Youth in farming is the way forward. In every small way, anyone can. Plant something. Government isn’t responsible for it all. No. We the citizens should also take responsibility. The youth of today are honestly lazy. Nobody wants to get his hands dirty”.

In other news, Samini has sparked a new backlash against President Akufo Addo due to the difficult economic times. 

In a tweet that was seen on Samini’s page, he claimed that the depreciation of the Cedis against the dollar has cost him a huge amount of money. 

He claims that despite the fact that he actively campaigned to keep President Nana Akufo Addo in office in 2020, people are still vocal about the country’s dire economic situation.

“Dear @NAkufoAddo.I supported you to bring change and stability.I believed in the vision and your concept of change! But with 2 years to go, my soul bleeds. 

“Our investments wash away daily as the dollar openly whips our Cedi. Your people are crying. We cannot pretend all is well,” he tweeted—Some part of his tweet reads…



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