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GHANAIANS TREATED LIKE SLAVES!!!

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Bento
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2003-06-01 22:14:39


GHANAIANS ARE STILL ENSLAVING EACH OTHER, WHICH MAKES IT VERY EASY FOR FOREIGN NATIONALS TO BRUTALIZE THEM LIKE SLAVES. IF YOU SEE EACH OTHERS AS POTENTIAL SLAVES, WHY SHOULD OTHERS SEE YOU DIFFERENTLY? UNTIL YOU DENOUNCE SLAVERY IN ALL ITS FORMS, GHANAIANS WILL CONTINUE TO LIVE UNDER THE BRUTAL DICTATORSHIP OF FOREIGN TASK MASTERS!!!

I CAN'T IMAGINE ADULT MEN ALLOWING THEMSELVES TO BE REDUCED TO THIS LEVEL AND SOME ARE ONLY WILLING TO SPEAK ABOUT IT UNDER THE GUISE OF ANONYMITY. HOW PATHETIC IS THIS SHITT?? IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN THE CHINESE FELLOW HAVING TO FILE CHARGES FOR THE ASSS WHIPPING HE WAS FORCED TO ENDURE FOR EVEN THINKING ABOUT RAISING HIS HAND TO ANOTHER ADULT.

IS THERE HOPE FOR GHANA???????

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Chinese Assaults Ghanaian Worker The Tesano Police are quizzing Xui Rei, 36, a Chinese foreman of a construction firm for brutally assaulting a worker after a misunderstanding last Tuesday. Xui kicked Richard Datsumor, 30, a carpenter in the left leg and hit the other leg with a rod, leaving him with a fractured leg.

The suspect also pulled the ears of Datsumor for disobeying him after he (the victim) had disagreed with him on a point. Xui works for the Anhui Construction Corporation, currently undertaking construction of the Chinese government sponsored barracks for the Police Service at the Police College at Tesano in Accra.

Some workers at the site who pleaded anonymity told the ''Times'' that around 2pm last Tuesday, Xui asked Datsumor to collect some wood from a room to another side of the site.

But Datsumor, they said, requested that another person should be detailed to help him since the items were too heavy. That request, according to the workers, did not go down well with the foreman. A verbal confrontation ensued between them and in the process, Xui kicked Datsumor in the legs and pulled his ears.

The victim, they said, left the site in severe pains and went back to work the next day in bandages. Xui then told him that he (Datsumor) had been sacked.

A source at the Tesano Police Station confirmed the incident and said that Xui admitted assaulting the worker when the station invited him for questioning. The source said the victim reported the case after he lost his job. Xui, the source said, would be arraigned before court after investigations.

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