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The Alliance for Accountable Governance (AFAG) congratulates rLG for its sterling innovation with regards to the HOPE city project.

As a public advocacy group who believe in private sector as the engine of growth, the spirited determination of rLG gives true meaning to our forefather’s belief that, Ghanaians as eagles have the skies as the limit, and given the opportunity, we can always excel.

Indeed the onus lies on government to give various tax reliefs and other incentives to this company; one of our own, just like how other foreign companies have enjoyed in times past. It is no longer true that, the friendly reception of the Ghanaian only abounds for the foreigner whilst our own suffer from insufficient attention and easy talk by government. The time is now, that government must show leadership and real commitment to the development and excellence of indigenous private business. Just like how South Korea did to the Samsung’s, LG’s etc.

We shall like to see many more “rLG” with such fantastic innovations spirited enough to partner government, and help lift this country from its current economic challenges.

We wish rLG well, and hope you show biases to local content by ensuring that, 80-90% of workmen and persons who have subcontracts in the development of the HOPE city project will be exclusively Ghanaians or such jobs are linked to a majority Ghanaian ownership firms, demonstrating that they have employed most Ghanaian workmen.

God bless Ghana, God bless us all.


Davis Opoku Ansah 0244861593

Arnold Boateng 0244294754

Nana Ayew Afriye (Dr.) 0244780359
Source: AFAG Ghana - [email protected]

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