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Leader of IMF Negotiation Team Admits That Nana Akufo-Addo is Right About This

The President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo and his administration have been bashed on several occasions for attributing the current economic woes to the COVID-19 19 pandemic and the Ukraine-Russia war.

Many have completely disagreed with him and his government for using these two occasions always to justify his inability to effectively put things right in the country that has led the country to this poor state.

Nana Akufo-Addo has also affirmed strongly that the COVID-19 pandemic had a baneful effect of the economy of Ghana and the situation was aggravated by the Ukraine-Russia invasion. Though his claims has highly been contended, the President might feel vindicated by the coming of the IMF who has added their voice to why the country is broke.

Carlo Sdralevich, the leader of the IMF negotiation team in Ghana, has attributed part of the countries current economic challenges to the COVID-19 pandemic and the RUSSIAN-UKRAINE war.

He admitted that the Russia-Ukraine war worsened the economic crunch faced by Nations and that he said "Ghana is facing challenging economic and social situation amid increasing difficult global environment. The fiscal and debt situation has severely worsened following the COVID-19 pandemic. He added that the global economic shock caused by the war in Ukraine is hitting Ghana at the time when the country is still recovering from the cupboard 19th and my shock if limited room for manoeuvre.

Carlo Sdralevich assured that commitment of his outfit on providing support for the country at this critical times stating that "to support Ghana at this difficult time consistent with IMF policies."

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