April 20, 2015

Member of Parliament for Tema East Constituency, Daniel Nii Kwatei Titus-Glover is asking Ghanaians to stop patronizing South African business establishments in Ghana following the ongoing cruel attacks on African nationals in South Africa.

Criticizing President Jacob Zumah for his inertia in resolving the ongoing brutalities, Hon. Titus – Glover condemned the ghastly act, calling for the immediate seizure of hostilities.

The sadistic attacks have persisted for about a fortnight leaving foreign nationals stranded and in a state of insecurity. The violence is reported to have been ignited by the comments made by Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini calling for foreigners to leave South Africa.

The King immediately came back to clear the air explaining that his comments have been misunderstood and should not be the cause of the violence.

Speaking on Adom FM, Hon. Titus-Glover who stated his disappointment in President Zuma for failing to deal with the issue, was of the view that Ghanaians blacklist South African businesses as a show of resentment against the violence in South Africa.

He however feared that because South African Businesses in Ghana have employed  lots of Ghanaians, blacklisting such business entities would adversely affect the Ghanaian workers.