Economy of every of country is determined by the GDP, Gross Domestic Product. It is the final value of goods and services produced with the geographic boundaries of a country during a specific period of time, normally a year. GDP rate is important indicator for economic performance of a country.
A survey just came recently from Ghana statistical service showing that every Ghanaian worth 14,000 Ghana cedis after the economy has shoot by 0.4 percent. After this analysis came out, many Ghanaians have reacted in many way some are asking questions other also confused .
We are all citizens of this country and we need to benefit from the country's development, if indeed it true that every Ghanaian worth 14, 000 then is good news. But according to many Ghanaians it doesn't reflect in their pocket so they are not yet understand, but sometimes it depends on the kind of job you are doing, if every Ghanaian worth 14,000 and you are not working you won't benefit from it or you will not see. So brothers and sister let as work had we will achieve what ever we want.
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