Thursday, May 27, 2010

Ghana's Open skies

When you want to be greedy & keep everything to yourself, you could lose all that you have plus what you are chasing too.

Management at Ghana Tourist Board since 2000 should be ashamed of themselves.
How come Delta is the only airline with a direct route to the US from Gh?
Is it because of a shady monopoly planned for Ghana International Airlines?

If I asked, would they tell me no investors were interested in this highly lucrative route?
Would they say not even one charter flight operator qualified to fly this route?
All these 10 years?

As you read this, imagine that you worked at Ghana Tourist Board of Ghana Civil Aviation Authority 10 years ago.
Imagine that you did honest work, promoted tourism, enticed Ghanaians abroad to invest at home in the airline industry.
BTW, success in your department would mean promotions & boosts in your salary.

Wouldnt it feel good today if you could stand back and look at a flourishing airline industry you worked on?
I know I would.

Monday, May 3, 2010

My Heart will always be in Ghana

I love Ghana & I love my fellow Ghanaians.

When you love something, you work to make it better. That is exactly what I started this blog to do - Help make Ghana better by working on improving customer service from my little corner.
This blog exists because I love my motherland.

I missed the memo on "Bash Africans & their Countries" day.

It's been amusing the past few days reading blog posts by people who couldn't cut it in their developed countries, jetted to West Africa & are now totally pissing in the calabash they are drinking from.

We Africans have honest reasons for being in your developed countries. What are your honest reasons for being in our under-developed countries?

We can all get along but dont take our friendliness for-granted.

Fellow Ghanaians, we are going through phases that developing countries must go through. Love your country, continue to contribute towards our development.

Sunday, May 2, 2010

G.E.S & Petro-Chemical Processing

I am adding this to my to-do list:
Check with Mr Tettey-Enyo if Ghana Education Service plans on introducing Petro-Chemical Processing certifications & programs in the technical schools.
Since there are all these plans for oil production in Ghana, we should adequately prepare the workforce for the jobs intended to be created.