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From Abduction Fears to Presidential Motorcades:White man bashed for saying he thought he would be kidnapped in Ghana

In Ghana News
September 24, 2020

A New yorker who had taken to micro blogging site, Twitter to share his business adventure in Ghana has come under intense bashing after he disclose that he was scared of being kidnapped when he landed in Ghana from Nigeria.

Dryden Wilson Tate Brown in narrating how he was privileged to enjoy his first class treatment by the vice president of Ghana, Bawumia through his connections in Ghana, said he was scared of being kidnapped when he flew into Ghana.

According to Tate Brown, he and his friends had an idea to build a city in Africa. He gathered money and flew to Nigeria with his idea but was convinced to try Ghana and through the help of some few friends, he was given an appointment with the Finance Minister.

Ken Ofori Attah later rescheduled the meeting because of some pressing matters but through his perceived connection, Tate Brown was given an audience with the Vice President who he described as being enthusiastic about the idea.

Picked with the presidential motorcade from the Parliament house and driven through the streets of Accra to Jubilee House, Tate Brown and his colleagues were taken into a “white” room where they sold their plans to the second most powerful man of the land.

Unfortunately, the plan did not bear any fruit due to the emergence of Coronavirus. The part of his thread that virtually caught the attention of his readers was when he said he thought he would be kidnapped in Ghana.

This is someone who said he couldn’t even afford his trip to Africa and was given the chance to negotiate a business idea with the president of Ghana.

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