The Minister of Food and Agriculture, Hon. Dr. Owusu Afriyie Akoto said traders and greedy and are exploiting the system through dubious means.
He said this during an interview with the City FM's Face to Face program after Ghanaians cried for shortage of food in the Market. According to him, there is no food shortage in the market but rather some unknown persons are exploiting the system.
He attributed the current rises in prices of food to three factors which includes; the high cost of production, persistent increase in the prices of fuel such as Petroleum products and overpricing by market women.
Ghanaians upon hearing what the Agric Minister said descended heavily on him to question his credibility on the Ghanaian economy. Below are some of the comments raised by some of the social media users. Kindly read through and leave your comments as well. Follow my page for more interesting news and updates and don't forget to like and share to inform others.
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