Man urges Elon Musk to buy Africa and remove all its leaders

Elon Musk, billionaire founder and CEO of SpaceX, recently paid $44 billion to acquire the social networking platform Twitter. The 50-year-old’s bold takeover sent the Internet into a frenzy, and Internet users joked about what else his money could buy.

In a tweet earlier this week, he suggested that he would buy Coca-Cola next, adding that he would “put cocaine back” in the drink if he succeeded.

While the post drew several reactions, Dr. Amoah also waded in with a call for the investor to buy the African continent.

“Hey brother… buy the African continent and remove all the leaders; what a noble goal,” Dr. Amoah commented under Musk’s tweet.

Like Elon Musk, the Ghanaian is a very successful businessman, who once served as the chairman of the GFA’s normalization committee.

The business mogul is the one who conceived the idea and lobbied for Western Union to expand its operations to African countries.

He is also CEO of Progeny Ventures and was chairman of the local organizing committee when Ghana hosted the African Cup of Nations (CAN 2008).