Ghanaians blast Kennedy Agyapong as he reveals how he became a rich man in Ghana

Ghanaians blast Kennedy Agyapong as he reveals how he became a rich man in Ghana

- Kennedy Agyapong, Member of Parliament for Assin Central, has shared pieces of advice on how to be wealthy

- According to him, it takes savings, hardwork and honesty to make it in life

- Social media users have, however, reacted to his views on making wealth

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The Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin Central, Kennedy Agyapong, has opened up on strategies one can adopt in order to become wealthy.

Sharing success tips with Rev. Erskine on YFM, Agyapong explained that savings, hard work and honesty are all that are needed to be rich.

According to him, the youth of today are not interested in doing menial jobs and it accounts for the reason why they are not wealthy.

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A number of social media users shared their opinions on his comments:

Tobinyale argued that we are all not at the same level.

Ofosu-Addo also said riches have nothing to do with hard work.

Bayor also agreed riches isn't only about money.

Asamoah equally disagreed with Ken's strategy to be wealthy.

Konadu wished all who have decided to save the best of luck.

To Okine, some fraudsters would not understand Agyapong's statement.

Manuel opined that there is a lot to be learnt from Agyapong.

In other news, the Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta, has predicted a likely $300 billion increase in Africa’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in a year by 2025.

According to him, it could be possible if the relevant technological tools are employed.

He added that it is important for African countries to speed up policies and programmes towards leveraging on technology for economic growth.

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