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Going To IMF Is Not A crime; We’re Not In Normal Times – NPP MP

Member of Parliament for Bortianor-Ngleshie Amanfro, Sylvester Mathew Tettey has reacted to the negative and bad comments from Ghanaians and the NDC party on the ruling government seeking help from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). The International Monetary Fund is expected to revive the country’s economy as it has been moving from bad to worst each day. Many Ghanaians jumped on this issue as they blamed the government for mishandling of funds in the country.

Hon Tettey speaking on TV3’s New Day show with Johnnie Hughes, the MP replied the opposition party that is NDC on how they are blaming the government whiles they themselves knows that every country is not in a normal state. He laid down some facts in backing the party’s decision on joining the fund scheme.

“For me, the back and forth about the IMF doesn’t solve the problems. I have said the NDC has the right to score political point with respect to our position when they went to IMF. For me, politically I give it all to them. 

“Going to IMF is not a crime, we are a member of the IMF, I have said that on may occasions. So, for me, to the NDC, they have the bragging right to say that we said were not going to the IMF and today you are in the IMF. On the surface of it, they have the right to brag with it .” He went ahead on ensuring Ghanaians to take their time as we are not in normal times and hopes we get back on track soon.

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