YORUBADE: "TIME STAMPED" Interview w/ Kesse Le Great | African Conservatism



TIME STAMPS:
1:54 Politics
4:40 Ghana’s government
6:17 Hospitals in Ghana
11:11 Gun advocation in US and Ghana
17:26 Is buying a house really the better move than renting?
28:08 Multi-unit property vs single family home
33:11 Gun rights
35:16 Bill of Rights
40:18 Gun Training
45:17 Investing in Ghana
51:07 Advice to those wanting to repatriate to Ghana

In this video, I interview Kesse Le Great who has strong preferences for conservative politics. We have a candid conversation about several topics that relate to life in the US and back home in West Africa.

Here is what’s in this video:
 Discuss what gun rights mean
 Discuss the role of government
 Question if home ownership in America is really worth it

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