Ghanaians have delved into the main agenda regarding initiatives to be rolled out by the International Monetary Fund in bringing back total sustenance to the Ghanaian economy.
This was after the International Monetary Fund (IMF) announced that its economic program in Ghana will focus heavily on debt sustainability.
This was captured in a Question and Answer statement issued by the IMF as it begins deliberations with the Government of Ghana on an Economic Programme aimed at stabilizing Ghana’s economy.
Ghanaians seem confused as to why this should be the topmost priority in the rehabilitation process between Ghana and the International Monetary Fund respectively.
Here are reactions from Ghanaians :
• I hope a chunk of this money will be channeled into sustainable industrialization all over the country, supervised by IMF officials. Ghanaian politicians, cannot be trusted with the public purse. We import unnecessarily.
• This initiative won't yield any meaningful result, we know how the NPP operates. They will create unknown channels to still enjoy it.
• God help Ghana with this move by Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo. It's going to help in breaking off unwanted barriers and seal openings to save Ghanaians from more misery.
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