Ghanaians are lamenting over the current situations facing the Government, the continues increase in prices of food and other commodities at the Market. The most challenging issue is the rapid increase of fuel prices across the country. Apostle Amoako Attah has spoken in connection with all these hardship in Ghana.
Apostle Francis Amoako Atta made it clear on Angel TV that Ghanaians should admits that we are not in normal times therefore we must be careful about the way we handles issues. Apostle Amoako Atta added that, he is very happy that cabinet met at Peduase to deliberate on how to handle the current situation.
"We are not in normal times and the government have encountered many challenges. But this is my message to the leadership. The Leadership of our country should invest in Agriculture and oil. All other things will not fetch revenue for the country unless agriculture activities and oil production. The Government should make sure there is abundant food supply on the market. This will help to avoid some of the economic crisis". - Apostle Amoako Atta stated.
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