RLG, KA Technologies are Politically Motivated Companies – Stephen Desu


EducationGhana, October 26, TM1 Laptop: The founder of Innovative Teachers Union, Stephen Desu has alleged, that, RLG and KA Technologies are Politically Motivated Laptop Manufacturing Companies.

According to him, RLG was introduced by the John Mahama Government whilst KA Technology was introduced by the Akuffo Addo government purposely to satisfy their political financiers.

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Stephen Desu made this revelation in a panel discussion with Ellis Ferdinand on Summer 106.9 FM in Accra on Saturday, September 11, 2021.

Stephen indicated, that the government international set up a new company to produce inferior laptops for teachers whilst going outside the country to buy higher-quality cars for parliamentarians.

He added, that the production cost of the laptops was manufactured to deceive the public. He indicated, that in the Chinese production system, the higher the production quantity, the lower the cost of sales.

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