The journalist for Kessben Media, Kwabena said he mostly hears the Ghanaian claiming that they will suffer if Ghana goes to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for assistance but the fact is whether the country goes or not, we as the citizens will still suffer.
Ken. Ofori-Atta was doing well but all of a sudden after the COVID era, the country began to incur debts, and currently, workers are not been paid anymore.
Some of the citizens of Ghana were sponsored to foreign countries on scholarship to acquire knowledge and help the country in the future when they return but as of now, the scholarship money has not been released whiles there is a scholarship secretariat in the country.
Also, school feeding caterers were lamenting about not being paid for some months and the media houses in Ghana took to their platforms to highlight it.
After that, Ken. Ofori-Atta released their salaries to them.
The Nation Builders Corps (NABCO) are also involved.
This attitude of Ken. Ofori-Atta is not helping the system of Ghana so the Ghanaians should not be surprised if Ghana is seeking assistance from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
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