Founder of Action Chapel International Archbishop Nicholas Duncan-Williams has bemoaned how various Ghanaian governments deliberately target, hound and kill flourishing Ghanaian-owned private business in favour of foreigners.
During his first sermon on Sunday, 1 September 2019 at Action Chapel International, the man of God told his congregation that: “The level of insecurity, envy and jealousy in this country is amazing. And if you look at our political system, the way it’s designed, it enhances jealousy and envy”. This he said, empowers envy and jealousy.
He noted that “it has become a vicious cycle where we have become a society of bringing down one another”. Using Zoomlion as an example, Archbishop Duncan-Williams said: “And I don’t want to be political, but if you look at people like Zoomlion and others, Zoomlion is a Ghanaian but every government that has come will go after Zoomlion because they do not understand why a Ghanaian should make it that big”.
In his view, Ghanaian governments “prefer to cut deals with our locals and let foreigners come in, take our inheritance, and give us crumbs and peanuts”