General Overseer of the Action Faith Chapel International, Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams , has called out the government of Ghana for failing to help indigenous entrepreneurs thrive and create generational wealth.
Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams during his Sunday morning sermon bemoaned the lack of support for indigenous Ghanaian entrepreneurs and businesspersons.
The revered man of God praised the Nigerian government for having helped Aliko Dangote to succeed as a Nigerian businessman. He then condemned successive governments of Ghana for their failure to support Ghanaian entrepreneurs to reach the heights attained by persons such as Mr Dangote.
“Mr Dangote is a Nigerian. And the Nigerian government made sure that one of their own will rise to become a household name. Nigeria has, at least, raised up one, come up with policies to have one of their own to become huge, big and great than foreigners. But in this country…at least for 62 years, there should be one indigenous bank…succeeding,” he explained.