The government of Ghana has officially made public its decision to go to the IMF for a bailout and this has sparked series of reactions and arguments among both parties who try to defend their sides at all cost.
The IMF is said to help Ghana eliminate the heartbreaking economical woes the nation is experiencing and other positive effects. The news has been received with mixed feelings, as it comes as a major U-turn by the government after it vowed not to ever go under an IMF program.
Reporting from Citi News Ghana via their official twitter page on their popular Saturday afternoon show was Dr. Kwakye, a Senior Economist at the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA). He was interviewed to give out his opinions about the arising issue in the country for it is within the web of his profession. Talking about the IMF bailout, he has advised government to make available to Ghanaians what accounted for its decision to seek for the loan with insight explanations for all the explanations from the party members do not tally.
He added that, the citizens as integral parts of democracy, must be briefed and made aware of key decisions the government take and hence an official insight from the office of the presidency should be considered in he move for the loan as soon as possible. By so doing, analysts and other stakeholders will get to appreciate the rationale and hopefully be convinced that it is a step in the right direction.
What is your opinion about Dr. Kwakye’s advise to Government? Let it be heard in the comments section below. Do not be left out. Have a nice day!
SOURCE: Citi News Ghana/twitter.com
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