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Make divisional banks to upscale Ghana's economy - Stephen Atubiga

The organizer and head of the National Liberation Congress (NLC) party, Stephen Atubiga, has proposed the foundation of banks for every area of Ghana's economy to work with advancement.

The remark of the legislator came on the rear of the financial difficulty the nation has been encountering, devastating organizations which are attempting to remain above water, stirring things up around town to request improvement in their jobs.

Talking on Angel FM's Anopa Bofoↄ morning show, Mr. Atubiga thought that the public authority maintains the state as a business substance to have the option to meet the exigencies of the developing contamination which presently remains at 35 million.

As per him, one of the ways forward is the foundation of area banks to fund exercises in the separate areas of the economy.

"Assuming you just consider paying the pay rates of your nominees or government workers and furthermore do specific activities, it implies everybody will starve.

"To that end, a few of us feel that they ought to make banks in the country. Singapore has a populace of under 10 million however they have 365 banks" he said on the side of his contention adding that it implies the nation has among others, "correspondence banks so anyone body including the people who sell correspondence devices can proceed to take a credit."

The previous National Democratic Congress Communications Team part in his further accommodation communicated disillusionment over the contribution of the Agriculture Development Bank (ADB) in different regions which are not agribusiness related.

"How might, as a nation [Ghana], Agric Development Bank be supporting workers for hire to construct streets? No, it ought to be stringently agric. Also, Agric is expansive. They consolidate collectors and what have you. So a project worker building house for ranchers can support you. The banks for lodging and development ought to be stringently supporting workers for hire… "

"Government has no business in building low-pay houses. It winds up to the lawmaker," the previous flagbearer hopeful of the NDC added.

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