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Ghana oil expectations 'unrealistic'

Ghana is poised to become a significant player in the international oil market after the discovery of reserves off its coast. Production is due to start next year and many people think it will have a major impact on the country's economy.

But not everyone is happy with the way things are being handled. The BBC's Komla Dumor spoke to Bright Simons - director of research at the influential Imani think tank - who explains why he thinks expectations are unrealistic.


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