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Massive Reactions As IMF Classified Ghana Among Heavily Indebted Poor Countries In Africa

News trending has it that World Bank and IMF has classified Ghana among 34 countries which are heavily indebted poor countries in Africa and Ghanaians have reacted massively to news trending across the country.

"Why is Ghana a poor country in the first place? 😕" Political activist, kwame Asare Obeing A-Plus asked Ghanaians after sharing the news with them.

Ghanaians reacting to news stated that Ghana is classified as heavily indebted poor country because their leaders are enriching themselves with the country's money and decreasing the country to increase themselves.

Some people stated that most of their leaders come to chop their monies that could be used for nation building and said the hourly jet and the private jet hired for President Nana Akufo-Addo indicate the kind of leaders leading them. " Come and see our roads, look at how fuel prices are flying, Import duties will be increased soon, food stuff will go high again, Trotro drivers will go on strike but they won't mind" someone boldly stated.

"Who said we're poor? It's corrupt and incompetent leaders that's why we're where we are" someone explained.

"Because your President is an empty headed third class Economics graduate with no practical understanding of prudent economic measures, and an imposter with no law certificate yet was packaged by Media house established by tribal bigots who hated the guts of late Rawlings as someone who had the magic wand for solving Ghana’s problem.

The worst of it is, he’s not even ready to admits there are problems he has created which needs urgent attention but goes about committing adultery in a private jet rented with tax payers money against the General wish of the people he begged to be tried too to also become President.

His end as President will eventually be disastrous than what we are seeing. Ghana will go into recession, if it’s not there already" another Ghanaian angrily told A-Plus.

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