Host of Good Evening Ghana on Metro TV, Paul Adom-Otchere agrees with the Presiding Archbishop and General Overseer of the Action Chapel International ministry, Nicholas Duncan-Williams that the collapse of private companies in Ghana is motivated by what he termed evil jealousy and hatred.
Though he believes there are laws governing the operations of these companies, he stated categorically that it is not laws that are dwelt on by the authorities in the closure of these institutions.
During his editorial on his show monitored by MyNewsGh.com he said “this kind of collapse is motivated by jealousy, it is motivated by hatred…it is not motivated by law it is motivated by a personal desire to see another Ghanaian who is succeeding fail and we have to change that in this country”.
He challenged the youth of Ghana against such a mindset if they desire to see the country progress bemoaning what he termed the ‘pull him down syndrome’ that has caught up well with a section of Ghanaians.
“A generation of people who are 30 years and above you have to have a new mindset that this kind of evil will not be part of your mindset when you become who are leading Ghana 10 years from now. This kind of story where Ghanaians go against because of a personal hatred for a man or a woman they have to pull down his company and by the time and by the time you look around there is no single Ghanaian company, every company is Lebanese”, he added.