Ghanaian businessman, Oscar Yao Doe who is the President & Executive Chairman of Doscar Group Holdings has exposed the rot bedevilling the Ghanaian economy, which has caused setbacks to the development and prosperity of the country.
He particularly singled out the inefficiency of people appointed as Receivers to some financial institutions and local companies that collapsed recently.
In a public statement he posted this morning, the Doscar Group Chairman hit out at the Receiver for Unibank Ghana Limited, Nii Amanor Dodoo, who is the Senior Partner at KPMG Ghana. One of Oscar’s companies, Prime Properties has a pending transaction with Unibank before it went into receivership. He is however pained that the Receiver was not capable enough to work out any reasonable reconciliation/resolution for the said transaction (between the parties concerned) despite several attempts made by him for months. In his post, KingOscar lamented that Ghana is in trouble!
Read his post below…
“I wrote a letter on 19th February 2019 to KPMG and Nii Amanor Dodoo. Even before that, I started the initiative on the same subject since November 2018. I Only received this attached empty-headed response on August 2 ,2019! Ghana is In Trouble!
We have too many non-professionals, petty gossiping minds, (who) make decisions based on hearsays and petty gossips. And as a result, they are stumbling blocks to prosperity! They have loads of degrees but zero reasoning!
The 21st century needs leaders who are larger than life; leaders who makes decisions with open mind; leaders, ho have compassion, who are honest, just and fair-minded. Leaders who have pure hearts, (and posses) the ability to understand this moment of history and act accordingly, not for themselves!
I told Mr Nii Amanor Dodoo many times in our meetings in the presence of his team, ‘if you’re not capable of making decisions, please recuse yourself for your own good’. I also told him, ‘my friend, your company KPMG, led by yourself has done an audit which has brought a lot of indigenous banks and local businesses aground and that appointing him to cover up his own rot was a conflict of interest’. I told him too that he’s lucky Ghanaians just let things go by, which is why he has gotten away with this action.
So, I encouraged him not to delay the pending reconciliation and resolutions, because (it appears) he has nothing to lose himself. Rather, it is the affected parties that are hurting in serious pain. I reminded him several times. God in heaven and his team are my witness.
I have had a larger-than-life (lifestyle) for more than 20 years. Sometimes, people ask me why I support the Arts & Culture Industry! I do so, because (that) is the future! Musicians, actors, artists, designers, and other Culture & Tradition practitioners bring so much relief to human sufferings and (I believe) that’s why I have been blessed to understand the value of supporting Art & Culture! My eyes are deeper! I just want to see the best for everyone! I am with zero envy and a huge personality. I am aware of this strength (from) way back. The blessings on earth can contain everyone, (that is) THE Truth!”