Exchange value and money not sentiments — Edem to Ghanaians

Exchange value and money not sentiments— Edem to Ghanaians

Multiple award-winning rapper Edem has expressed the need for Ghanaians to become business minded people rather than a group of people who fail to exchange value and money for social reasons.

That, he said will go a long way to ensure people’s efforts and time are well appreciated in fostering development.

Speaking in a recent media interview, Edem observed that many Ghanaians were not business minded people but people who wanted things to be done for them based on merit.

In turn, he said they tend to foster and validate foreign things compared to things locally, in terms of events and other things which could improve the country’s economy.

“Not because we are deliberate about it but because we are social people and not capital people. Over here, we are social because we exchange help. When you travel outside, because they are capital, they exchange money and value,” he said.

The ewe rapper cited that many Ghanaians even give jobs to those they deemed to be nice instead of those who deserved the job and could give value .

“So over here we exchange more emotions and sentiments,” he added.

Edem then charged Ghanaians to have a capital mind rather than being social people for the benefit of all.

Source: www.spotonnews.net

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