Ghana’s New Airline Would Fail – Franklin Cudjoe

Franklin Cudjoe, the founder of Imani Ghana – a policy think-tank, has predicted that the decision by the Mahama-led government to get a national airline would be a ‘complete failure’.

The Ministry of Transport has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with PWC Ghana and the World Bank for the commencement of the Technical Advisory Services to enable the nation get a national carrier.

The government said the establishment of a new airline for Ghana would bring back Ghana’s pride in the aviation sector and also establish a reliable home-based national airline to provide regional, sub-regional and inter-continental air transport services.

However, speaking on Accra-based private radio station Citi FM, Saturday; Mr. Cudjoe said every business entered by the government of Ghana has been a failure.

‘The airline would fail and we need to let Ghanaians know,’ the Imani boss said adding, ‘everything that the government goes into fails and you can look at the Pwalugu Tomato Factory which has been overtaken by reptiles and beasts and snakes.’

He added: ‘It would fail and we should not allow this nonsense to happen.’

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