Today, 20th October 2021, Kwesi Pratt and Eric Twum joined Randy Abbey on the Good Morning Ghana show. They deliberated on the Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Ken Ofori Atta's speech on unemployment. Kwesi Pratt disclosed that he was in full support of what Ken Ofori Atta said. And that all that he said at that ceremony was true. Kwesi Pratt disclosed that all that Ken said pointed to one thing, the bad state of the economy.
Kwesi Pratt believed that it was the sole responsibility of the government to provide employment to the citizen. He added that providing a conducive environment for private sectors will not solve the unemployment problem but rather lead to the accumulation of wealth. He narrated how the auditor's report exposed private managers who had spent money given to them by the government for the expansion of their business. Randy Abbey and Eric Twum did not support Kwasi Pratt on that issue. Randy explained that it was impossible for the government to be the sole provider of employment. Rather, the government can partner with the private sector by leading them with only the provision of a conducive environment and not interfering in their business.
In the process. Kwesi Pratt told Randy that he was deliberately bastardizing his argument since he did not want to practicalize the situation.
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