The member of parliament for North Tongu constituency honourable Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has advised president Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo to suspend all his Regional booing tours and be ready for economic dialogue.
With the rising cost of living and the falling of the Ghana cedis, many senior members of the country has raised many suggestions to revive the economy and stabilize the Ghana cedi.
In a social media marketing, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa said the fall of the cedi is a major national security threat and Akufo Addo should not take it lightly.
He advised that it was time president Akufo Addo sacked the finance minister, Ken Ofori Atta and dissolve the failed economic management team. He said Akufo Addo should convene a non partisan economic rescue forum to harvest more ideas on reviving the economy.
"Prez Akufo-Addo should immediately suspend his regional booing tours, sack his Finance Minister, dissolve his failed EMT & convene a non-partisan emergency economic rescue forum to harvest fresh ideas" part of his statement read
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