According to a publication on GhanaWeb, he gave a clue that, the ‘borrow and chop’ attitude of the ruling party is collapsing the economy. He believes that, there will be a doom for the country if policies are not put in place to repair the situation.
Sammy Gyamfi recently made this prediction on TV XYZ’s Dwaboase program, criticising the President of the Republic of Ghana, for being the cause of economic hardships.
Sammy Gyamfi stated emphatically that, in the next two to three years, the Nation will suffer bankruptcies if the government do not change from the “borrow and consume” attitude.
According to Sammy Gyamfi, he claims the former President of the Republic of Ghana, John Dramani Mahama did borrowed, but was done prudently.
”When President John Mahama was in power, he borrowed prudently, but the New Patriotic Party maligned us. Today they borrow and chop it while the economy keeps going down.”
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