The minister for Railways Development under the tenure of His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo, Honorable John Peter Amewu causes stir on social media today during a live section interview on TV3. It was noted that during the live interview, Honorable John Peter Amewu was defending the Financial Minister for leading the country to seek for IMF bailout.
According to Honorable John Petter Amewu, there is nothing wrong is a government is borrowing to undertake massive projects which can pay back for its self within the period of 10 to 15 years. John Peter Amewu termed this projects as Bankable Projected.
John Peter Amewu added that, the current Finance Minister in Ghana by name Honorable Honorable Ken Ofori Atta is the best finance minister in this fourth republic. Honorable John Peter Amewu is of the view that, Ken Ofori Atta is doing a very good job as a finance minister in Ghana.
Base on the words of Peter Amewu, Ghanaians reacted massively. Below are some of the reactions.
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