Ghana is now experiencing economic difficulties, which have alarmed certain stakeholders. Almost every sector of the economy, from transportation to food commodities, appears to be in a state of flux. Not long ago, the Kwadaso MP, fully knowing of the country's recent economic plight, promised that Ghana's economy will bounce back in full force.
Meanwhile, Dr. Julius Kattah an international relation expert and Economist has disclosed his displeasure about the Vice President’s failure to solve Ghana’s recent Economic problems. He described Bawumia as a failure because Ghanaians seeing him as an Economic Messiah could not lead to their expectations.
He claimed that despite being hailed as an economic messiah, Dr. Bawumia had failed to live up to expectations.
Dr. Kattah believes that the Vice President, as the leader of the Economic Management Team, has failed to use his so-called skills to help shape the country's economic difficulties.
We are in the midst of a terrible economic crisis, according to him, but he has nothing to show for it in terms of ability.
How best do you also think Bawumia has handled Ghana's economic crises? Your views are highly welcomed.
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