Minister of Trade and Industry, Alan Kyeremanten celebrates his birthday tomorrow, October 3. Today, a picture dropped ahead of his birthday and this picture has received massive reactions. A huge poster of Alan Kyeremanten was seen in the background photo with a clear inscription of "Happy Birthday" on the banner. A woman was also standing in front of the banner or poster and she held a placard that sent an indirect but wild message to the Vice President, Dr.Mahamudu Bawumia. The placard read, "Happy Birthday Alan Kyeremanten. Practical Economist".
This was a huge statement that directly praised Alan Kyeremanten. However, the statement, when much light is thrown upon it, indicates a clear suggestion that Bawumia is not the economist they expected him to be. The direct opposite of a practical economist is a bookish economist. That is, one who only knows books but cannot practicalize it.
Clearly, the woman meant that Bawumia was a bookish economist.
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