The downgrade of Ghana's economy has affected everybody not only members of the New Patriotic Party, National Democratic Congress (NDC), or other parties but general. Business tycoons are crying about the depreciation of the cedi against the dollar, and the majority of Ghanaians who buy and sell in the country are also crying over the high inflation rate.
Johnnie Hughes speaking this morning on a TV3 morning program titled JonniesBite indicated that the NPP communicators should know that the inflation rate in Ghana currently is not stable and it keeps dancing Azonto everyday so when they are speaking they should mind their speech.
The current inflation in Ghana is something we should not joke about but because of politics, some members of the New Patriotic Party know the state of the economy is very bad and it needs urgent attention but some members of the NPP keep pretending everything is okay while people are suffering in the country. Johnny explained that even those who are working are crying over a high standard of living then what about those who are not working it is not easy and the truth must be told.
Criminals' activities have been going on recently all because of the hardship in the economy so people are finding ways and means to survive. Though it is not right to do that, but this is the time government should show up and prove to Ghanaians they can handle the economy well enough.
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