According to him, the current state of the economy is not what Ghanaians had hoped for, but a series of steps being implemented would aid in its revival.
Regardless of the problems that the COVID-19 has given us, he believes the economy will rebound.
"I am aware that, as a result of the pandemic and its global effects, things are not as they should be in terms of the economy. We have, however, outlined a set of steps that, I am certain, will begin the economic recovery and revitalization, and the rapid growth that we saw prior to the pandemic will be restored. The future looks promising."
In his Easter message to Ghanaians, he claimed this.
He also advised Ghanalans to drive with caution this season to prevent road accidents.
"The Motor Traffic and Transport Department (MTTD) of the Police Service has reiterated its determination to enforce the road traffic laws and regulations, and it is my hope that this Easter will be celebrated without any road accidents.
"Let us help them in this endeavour by minimizing our speed, taking due precaution for other road users, driving without the influence of alcohol, and wearing our seat belts. Like we have done with the COVID-19 safety protocols, let us also embrace a positive road safety culture that keeps our families and nation safe," he added.
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