- An elderly Ghanaian man has recently opened up about his losses after venturing into a busines
- Richard revealed that he went in for a Ghc100k loan and purchased four cars to be used for Uber
- Since the beginning of his business venture, he has not been able to earn up to Ghc4,000 and he blames it on the bad working habit of the drivers he employed
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An unhappy Ghanaian man has recently taken to a radio talk show to lament some of his losses after going in for a loan to start a business.
The video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the YouTube channel of Starr103.5 FM had the elderly man identified as Richard from Madina revealing that he went in for a Ghc100k loan and purchased four cars to be used for Uber but cannot boast of even Ghc4,000 returns after a year.
He added that the drivers he hired have not been performing their duties well and always come up with various excuses concerning the sales they were supposed to make.
The emotional man revealed that he is now struggling to pay back the loan he went for and does not know what to do.
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We are still paying interest on loans owed by our grandfathers - Stonebwoy cries
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Ghanaian artiste, Stonebwoy, expressed his concern about the spate of borrowing by African governments.
In a tweet on Tuesday, June 8, 2021, he spoke about the current generation paying interest accrued on loans that the previous generation took from the West and other developed countries. It is unknown why he sent that tweet especially because the message was posted at 2: 14 am.
"Already our generation is still paying interests owed to the foreign donors of loans our Great GrandFathers borrowed... #MoreYawa," reads the tweet by the star.
Ghanaian Uber Driver Makes Waves Online as He Returns a Ghc15,000 valued item left in his Car by a GBC Staff
Also, a Ghanaian Uber driver recently won the heart of many, including that of a Ghana Broadcasting Corporation (GBC) staff.
In a recent publication by GBC sighted by YEN.com.gh on their verified Facebook page, it was reported that, the driver, Judah Yaovi, picked up a staff of GBC by the name Sarah Ofori and in the rush of time, she left some working tools valued at Ghc15,000 at the back seat of the car.
Upon realising what had happened, she called the driver back many times all to no avail. Sarah was at the office the next day when she received a call from the Uber driver that he was returning the items.
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