Law maker for Nhyiaeso, Dr. Stephen Amoah today joined Dzifa Bampoe and Isaac Adongo on The Keypoints on TV3. The issues discussed centered on Ghana’s decision to go to the IMF for bailout after the country’s finances became dire. According to Stephen Amoah, the decision to go to the IMF was necessary as this will provide the foundation for the country to build from the ashes of Covid-19 and the Ukraine-Russian War.
Stephen Amoah noted that if he had his own way he will bring up a number of measures to save Ghana. One of them will bar government appointees from using land cruisers except when travelling outside Accra. He also added that no government seminar will come off in a hotel but rather they will look for moderate places to save cost.
Dzifa Bampoe, the host then asked him if the measures he is raising isn’t AKIN to the ones Ken Ofori Atta mentioned in his lecture on the economy in March. Sticka was confused and asked the host to explain the meaning of Akin. In a rather low tone, Sticka mentioned that as a Kumasi boy he needed some explanation of the word before he can address the question. This sent laughter among the panelists.
Sticka is noted for big grammar and so it was surprising that he was asking for the meaning of the word Akin. It can be recalled that Sticka received so much attention last year after he used a number of big grammar in Parliament. In that particular scene in Parliament Sticka noted that “corruption has been extremely inimical, dysfunctional and has given rise to a lot of higgledy-piggledy, mango mango and then abracadabra”.
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