The president of the republic of Ghana has today made it clear that his government will surely attain it's target of generating ¢80 billion this year.
He added that, the Ghana Revenue Authority exceeded its target and he is very confident that same will happen this very year.
"The Ghana Revenue Authority exceeded its revenue target last year and we are confident that we will achieve, if not surpass the ¢80 billion target for this year" he said
He also added that, the country is currently facing some economic hardship but his government is still committed to serving Ghanaians and making sure that the free senior high school education remains active.
He added that, the government policies will enable the country reduce its debt to GDP ratio. This will give space to implement programs such as one district one factory initiative.
"The development of our infrastructure particularly are roads and create more jobs for the youth" he said.
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