His comment was a direct reaction to news of a possible acquisition of A1 Bakeries by a foreign company.
Last week, reports were rife that A1 Bakeries will soon be acquired by a Chinese company for an amount of five million dollars ($5m).
The news sparked conversations with many asking why management would nod to the offer.
As someone who believes in local enterprises, A Plus suggested that government would move to offer assistance to A1 Bakeries if it had the interest of the youth at heart.
"Ghana leaders, obiaaa behu mo one by one. You don't care about the youth. You don't care about your people. You don't help your own," the concluding part of his Facebook post read.
The post was made alongside a photograph of A Plus and Edward Nana Poku (Hammer) who is the Vice President and stakeholder of A1 Bakeries and a text conversation which ensued between them ragarding the sale of the firm.
Below is his full post
So I met with Hammer to try and discourage them not to sell A1 bread to the Chinese. First of all let me state clearly that I'm anti-China. Even if I hear you want to sell your provision shop to a Chinese I'll try to convince you not to. Americans and Europeans have been here for over 400 years but we still had beautiful rivers. Chinese came here and in less than 10 years almost everything was destroyed. I don't want Chinese taking over our bauxite, digital TV, gold, etc. Soon they will take over the kenkey at Yamoransa and Chi Hu Chai will be Ghana black stars captain. Memp? China w? Ghana.
Ok so here are some of the question I asked. I put to him.
Ques 1: Hammer have you guys spoken with the one district one factory secretariat about A1 bread?
Ans: You and I know government support doesn’t find u by merit massa. It finds u by who u know. Otherwise massa bureaucracy will break your moral and you’ll realize you’ve wasted your valuable time.
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