Director of Communications for the New Patriotic Party (NPP) has said that the government of Ghana will have proper negotiations and a good policies with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) so that the country will benefit from it massively.
He disclosed that the governance is all about advise and seeking ideas from others so that as a leader you will have to take a necessary actions to put measures in place in running the country, that's why this government has take a bold decision to seek for support from International Monetary Fund (IMF).
He stated that, government cut expenditure of ministers and other appointees in March so that there will be much revenue to run the country's economy despite going to IMF for financial assistance so that the terms and conditions from the Officials will be easier for government.
He noted that, Ghanaians should not loose hope in the government for going to IMF for assistance but rather understands and support him.
Mr Yaw Buabeng Asamoah ended his speech by saying, though the E-levy has not yield good fruits as expected because the government thought the E-levy policy as a home-grown programme would help the country economic crisis based on the targeted amount but unfortunately, things are not moving as the government was expected. He said the government is doing its best to make the country bounce back on its track.
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