Ghanaians don’t have any percentage in the ownership of telco and mining firms. Sir Sam Jonah Revealed
Sir Sam Jonah speaks about giving hope to Ghanaians for a day as a president.
Moreover, The Renowned business executive, Sam Jonah lamented on the lack of Ghanaian ownership in key sectors of the economy.
This lack of ownership is disappointing, he noted. Also, the President of AngloGold Ashanti therefore believes we can do more to make sure Ghanaians get a fair share of resources
“No Ghanaian has a percentage in any of the mobile telephony companies. We have the same problem when you look at the mines too. That is a fact”, Sam Jonah said.
Most Importantly, Mr Jonah called for reinvestments in the mining industry.
He urged against focusing on short-term gains when handling mining companies and investors.
“Ghana has the best geology for more mines. This will remain potential until we make good use of them by drilling and finding gold,” he advised.
Sir Sam Jonah is considered one of Ghana’s richest men. He is the executive chairman of Jonah Capital, an equity fund based in Johannesburg.
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