Minister for information, Hon Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has hinted that government must find solution to Ghana's problem as MPs are ready to debate the budget statement in parliament starting from Tuesday.
The member of parliament after visiting Joy news for discussing has stated that with all the debate that will take place in parliament in discussing the budget statement, it must end in finding solutions for Ghanaians questions when he posted a message on facebook.
Already, Ghanaians has expressed their concerns about the 2021 budget statement how it will helps and how it will affects the economy in this hard time.
Ghanaians in their knowledge believes that why should the government introduced new taxes to burden the people of Ghana.
The information minister stated on his facebook wall that "ahead of the commencement of the budget debate tomorrow, myself and Cassiel Ato Forson joined Evans Mensah on PM express to advance the positions of the majority and minority sides.
In the end, we must find solutions to the questions on the minds of the people of Ghana. God be our guide." The minister in his statement make thought and make it clear that they must think about Ghana despite being NDC and NPP members in parliament.
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