Ghanaian vociferous broadcaster , Kevin Ekow Baidoo Taylor has revealed why Bharti Airtel is leaving the telecommunications market in Ghana.
Bharti airtel is the owner of AirtelTigo which happens to be one of the leading télécommunications network.
Yesterday, it was reported that the popular telecom network will be leaving the shores of Ghana and that the government of Ghana will be taking full possession of AirtelTigo.
Kevin Taylor on his ‘with all due respect show’ yesterday revealed why Bharti Airtel is leaving the shores of Ghana.
According to the outspoken journalist, the minister of commuinications, Ursula Owusu intentionally frustrated airtel Tigo in order to get them off Ghana.
Kevin further said that it is another scheme by the NPP government to milk the country .He further urged Ghanaians to be very vigilant and look for the shareholders if Bharti Airtel finally leaves the country.
Kevin further proclaimed that, mafia works from the office of Ursula Owusu is the major cause for Bharti Airtel to leave the shores of Ghana.
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