Ghanaian legal practitioner, Maurice Ampaw believes that some of the wealthiest men in the country should truthfully lecture people on how to succeed instead of the ‘cook up’ stories they share.
He berated business moguls like Daniel McKorley aka McDan, Kweku Oteng, Nana Kwame Bediako aka Cheddar, and Osei Kwame Despite for attempting to negatively inspire Ghanaian youth.
The celebrity lawyer while sharing his opinion on the programme Mmra Ne Abrabo Mu Nsem on Wontumi TV asked distinguished personalities who often share their success story to lace it with an iota of truism and stop fabricating unbelievable tales of how they truly made it to the top.
“You didn’t start with anything small. Stop lying to the youth. Recently I heard Cheddar saying something and I was sad.
Let us be real to the youth. You can’t tell me you started with one plot and now you have companies. Tell the youth the truth. There are other things you need to tell the youth. The youth should learn from Wontumi who has been telling the youth the truth” lawyer Ampaw said on the TV programme.
In his view, someone like Chairman Wontumi has honestly described how he started from nothing and how he fought his way to the top with persistence and determination.
Lawyer Ampaw specifically asked Cheddar and McDan to be truthful and show the youth how to succeed like how the maverick politician Chairman Wontumi often does.
On the flip side, he urged the youth to quit relying on governments, saying that when men rely on other men, there is no hope. He further said Ghanaians to seek God and put in a lot of effort if they wanted to achieve.