The Ghanaian economy is currently in jeopardy, nothing seems working at the moment. Prices of goods and services are so high, the exchange rate continues to depression and the current inflation rate is 27.6%.
There have been several demonstrations that have gone on in the country after the 2020 elections and as you read this article there is an ongoing demonstration and it's all about how poor the Ghanaian economy has been.
This can be said to be a reason why former President, John Dramani Mahama will be sharing his thoughts about the economy at "Think Progress Ghana" inaugural launch on GIMPA Campus.
The former President revealed this to Ghanaians on his Facebook platform. He wrote, " I will be sharing my latest views on the state of the Ghanaian economy, as a follow up to my "Ghana at a Crossroads" presentation at tomorrow's inaugural lecture."
The lecture will take place on GIMPA Campus at exactly 11am. The former President John Dramani Mahama is the special quest of honour.
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