On Onua TV's Maakye show, Yaa Titi was ranting about the continuous increase in the inflation rate in Ghana and that made her to put the blame on some key economists and financial expects in the country. She mentioned the likes of the second gentleman of the land, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia and the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta to be the reason why Ghanaians are suffering.
Yaa Titi told Ghanaians that, Dr Mahamudu Bawumia is now going around talking about digitization and has stopped doing the things that made Ghanaians to vote for him. She called Bawumia to stop whatever that he is doing and go back to the economy and safe Ghanaians.
She started by saying that, the current inflation rate which is the July 2022 inflation rate stands at 31.7% and this is highest rate since 2003. She went ahead to reveal that, the current inflation figures under this government is the highest and Ghanaians are suffering, because the things that they used to buy with ¢50 or ¢100 cannot buy at the moment.
She finally told Bawumia that, he is supposed to deal with the high inflation figures and not what he has been doing in the country of late.
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