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Cut-off Laziness, Over-dependence On Religion – Prince Amoabeng Advises Business Owners

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Co-founder of defunct UT Bank, Mr Prince Kofi Amoabeng has advised local businesses to maintain a work culture that is completely distinct from the Ghanaian type that is generally recognized with characteristics including laziness, pulling people down, disrespect, jealousy, full of blame games, and extreme dependence on religion to the extent that people don’t come to work, if they want to succeed in the business world.

Speaking at the 25th-anniversary launch of Fairgreen Limited in Accra on last Wednesday, Mr Amoabeng, whose bank was part of the nine financial institutions that had their banking licences revoked by the Bank of Ghana five years ago, also advised local businesses against being cosy with politicians, men of God and traditional rulers if they intend to last long as business owners.

The former UT-bank co-founder also warned local firms against hiring relatives and friends if they cannot dispose of their services when they do things inappropriately.

Despite having to battle several business related issues, Mr. Prince Amoabeng still remains a force to reckon with when it comes to getting the best of advice for improving upon one’s business.

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