Ghanaians are preparing to sue the richest man in the world for unfair treatment and intimidation methods, and they are doing so without fear.
Former Twitter employees from Ghana have complained to Elon Musk about how he treats African employees differently than American and European employees after firing 11 of them.
They want a three-month separation package. They have urged the government of Ghana to order Twitter to abide by Ghana’s redundancy legislation.
Twitter only operated out of one location in Africa, a 12-person team-run office in Accra, Ghana.
The Ghanaian staff has so far recruited a lawyer to represent them in court against Elon. They have stated that they are unable to bargain with Twitter since the social media platform has so far refused to allow them to speak with them by email, which keeps returning.