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It's Like You Don't Care, Prove Your Claim - Sammy Gyamfi Sends Strong Message To Ofori Atta

Even though it is the weekend, it appears that political "bashing" is still going on. Sammy Gyamfi, a well-known NDC communications team member, addresses the Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori Atta, in a courageous and strong remark on TV3's Saturday morning broadcast, "The Key Points," on this day, October 1, 2022.

Sammy Gyamfi laments the state of the economy and the fact that the finance minister and his administration are taking no action. Justify your assertion that Ghana's economy is performing well. You are oblivious to the rapid increase in the dollar's value relative to the cedi.

You need to band together at this point to ensure that our economy stabilizes, but nothing is being done. You may even think you are doing well with local banks predicting the cedi will reach 11 cedis per dollar sooner, but when the same local banks claim it will be difficult for the dollar to decline again the cedi, you are unaware that something is amiss.

Sammy Gyamfi tells the finance minister on a TV3 program. At 37% right now, the inflation rate is expected to continue to rise over time. I'm not sure if the finance minister and his government are resisting this increase in inflation, which will lead to higher pricing for products and services. Ghana's public debt is a major factor in determining whether or not the economy is performing well.

There is no doubt that prices will rise as long as our national debt keeps rising. According to Sammy Gyamfi, the administration should concentrate on finding a solution to the issue of our public debt if they want to see the economy improve.

You have a voice because you are a citizen. What would you do if you were in a position to help Ghana resolve its economic issues?


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