A lot of reactions have gotten onto the NPP government after a saga of IMF went viral on social media to which a lot believed that going into the IMF will cause a greater defeat for the NPP government.
In an interview with Emefa Apawu on The Probe, a question was posed to Information Minister as to whether the government’s decision to go to the IMF will make the NPP lose the 2024 elections. The international institution is expected to roll out its measures and cancel some ongoing government projects, a move that will affect the government’s popularity.
Oppong Nkrumah is much known to be one of the very intelligent leaders in Ghana after a series of analyses made by his board enshrined to the host in a very intelligent manner.
In his response, Oppong Nkrumah explained that the IMF card will not cause the defeat of the NPP. He explained that at the end of the day Ghanaians want to see their situation improving and that is what the NPP government seeks to do by going to the IMF. He debunked claims that going to the IMF will cause their defeat.
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