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#FixTheCountry: Covid-19 Has No Implications On The Economy

Lately it looks as if government communicators are shifting all the problems we have in the country to two directions as the remote causes. Any questions put them, they refer you to covid-19 or free SHS having greater impact of our economy, hence causing all the current problems.

Sincerely , I don't know the Covid-19 implications on the economy, right from the outbreak of the pandemic, IMF gave Ghana money to fight Covid-19 now the question is where is the COVID-19 fund? After that, vaccines were given to Ghana for free.

Yes we enjoyed water and electricity for free quiet sometime, but now Ghanaians are paying for what they enjoyed as free, was that a mere trick for vote? Fuel prices in the country is up and still people are saying is because of Covid-19.

Stakeholders, media personality, especially bloggers should rise to defend the country regardless of one political affiliation. The problems are increasing each day, talk of galamsey, armed robbery, corruption, ritual murders, assassinations, foreigners taking over our businesses and many more.

Sadly when you talking about high taxes they say free SHS, no light they say free SHS, no water they say free SHS, no jobs they say free SHS, bad roads they say free SHS, bad hospital say free free SHS, thousands questions one answer.

I wholly support #FixTheCountry. Ghana needs some urgent fixing to make it a better place.

#Our electricity needs some fixing,

#Accra to Cape Coast road needs some fixing,

#Accra to Kumasi road needs some fixing,

#Arrogance of power needs some fixing,

#The economy needs some fixing,

#Youth unemployment needs some fixing,

#Affordable housing needs some fixing.

#Afari military hospital needs urgent attention,

I'm still Ghana, the best country in West Africa.

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