Former deputy information minister in the John Dramani Mahama's administration, Felix Fosu Kwakye has revealed that Ghana is heading towards the worst Christmas in several decades as a results of the severe hardship in the country.
According to him, the Akufo Addo government destroyed the economy through election-related expenditure and now Bawumia and his economy management team will do anything to reverse the benchmark revenue they purported to have reduced in 2019.
He said this will mean that the prices of imported goods will skyrocket and shoot up between 20 to 30% giving us the worse Christmas in history.
"Folks,after destroying the economy through reckless election-related expenditure,Bawumia and his colleagues in the economic management team have decided to do a catastrophic reversal of the benchmark revenues he purported to have reduced in 2019.This means prices of imported items will shoot up between 20 to 30%.This will be the worst Christmas in several decades due to the severe hardships we are about to face" he wrote on his Facebook page.
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