Nana Addo has ordered the finance minister, Ken Ofori-Attah to engage the International Monetary Fund. The IMF have contributed to the country in a magnanimous way but these contributions and funds are mostly unaccounted for and this is the struggle of the finance minister at the moment.
One of the major reasons why the demonstrations happened are because of he misuse of funds and the inability to lay bare records that defend the spendings of government.
Yesterday on Woezor tv, the former president, John Dramani Mahama made some public comments and gave some advice to the president which involves the importance of joining the IMF.
Even through the IMF will now begin involving themselves directly in our country’s policies, people think this is the best way for our country. Nana Addo according to many officials of state is now doing what is right. The public purse is not being protected like they promised, and this is a troubling issue for Ghanaians.
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