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I Am Waiting Upon God To Salvage The Economic - Akufo Addo

The president of Ghana, His Excellency Nana Addo Danquah Akuffo says his government is waiting upon God to salvage the dying economy.

In a dire economic hardship around the world, whilst many heads of state are converging to share ideas on how possible best to resolve the untoward difficulties bedeviling families and friends, the first gentleman of the land is of the view that unless the supreme being (God) intervenes.

Just recently, inflation for the month of June was pegged at 31 percent. This causes the price of consumables in the market to rise.

Ghanaians home and abroad are complaining bitterly about the current happenings in the country.

The current government led by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) had earlier called the National Democratic Congress (NDC) leader, the late former President John Evans Attah Mills for turning the Castle into a place of worship.

Now the same New Patriotic Party’s leader is calling on God to save the dying Ghanaian economy.

Is it a stone thrown at the wall which is bouncing back?

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