Mahamudu Bawumia, the current vice president of the Republic of Ghana, is known as an economist and former central banker. Due to his experience in economics, he has gained prestige in Ghana as many call him an economic doctor.
Well, after the news hit Ghanaians that the NPP government is going to seek financial assistance from the IMF, Ghanaians can't stop talking about it.
A video of a lady on tiktok reveals how Vice President Mahamudu Bawumia will defend the NPP government after facing economic challenges and running to the IMF for assistance.
The lady claims this is what Mahamudu Bawumia will say to defend their IMF program. They need to support the economy.
” This IMF we are going is not the normal IMF. IMF a lot of research has gone into it. We have even tested it on a digital platform to see how is going to help it is not like the normal IMF let me warn you it is not the normal IMF. It is only a failed government that goes to IMF, ours is different from the NDC IMF. Our IMF is in contests so you can't compare that IMF they went and what we are going to now”; She said
Checkout the video below
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