The legal Practitioner made this emphatic statement on 'Good Morning Ghana' on Metro television when he gave his opinion on the current state of Ghana's economy.
According to him, what we should all know is that as he speaks, Ghana's economy has no strength at all. It is on its own and cannot survive any external pressures.
"There are no shock absorbers as far as this economy is concerned. Any little issue and we are back to square one.
So, the much talk rhetorics that we will build a robust and strong economy has become nothing but sloganeering." - he revealed
He added that that is why his colleague panelist (Richard Ahiagba) struggled to justify why even with covid-19, we are to pay more for every essential commodity in Ghana.
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