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TV3 Ghana Posts A 'Tilapia' Picture Of Nana Addo Watching As Ken Ofori Atta Cuts Down A Tree

TV3 Ghana has posted a picture of the first gentleman of the country supervising Ken Ofori Atta. The post was done in the tilapia cartoon style and some Ghanaians would interpret it in the way they understand.

The picture has some interesting features showing that the Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta has cut down the tree of fuel prices, inflation and cedi. It also shows that Ken Ofori Atta is working on breaking the economy completely whilst the first gentleman looked on without stopping him. What does this mean?

Well, it is an undeniable fact that the country is experiencing some Economic challenges such that inflation rate has reached 29.8 percent, cedi has depreciated and fuel prices have escalated. Interestingly, the President seems to assume a partisan posture and he is usually heard encouraging party faithfuls of breaking the eight years instead of fully concentrating on the work. It is a fact that the President has done well in instituting the one district one factory , the free SHS policy and other programmes. However, the economy keeps falling as a recent report about Ghana's economy by the 'S&P Global Credit Rating Agency' was nothing to write home about. Ghana's economy has declined and the hardship has intensified but the President keeps cutting sods for capital intensive projects when there is no money to pay some workers.

Many Ghanaians have complained about the posture and impression of the Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta. He is usually described as the cause of the woes of the economy as he can be remembered for advocating for the National Cathedral during a hard time.

Many political parties have advised the President to focus on his core mandate and leave party campaigns to leadership of the NPP.

The picture posted by TV3 Ghana means a lot. What are your thoughts on the ongoing discussion?

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