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I Want The President To Answer This Question For Me: Kwesi Pratt Boldly Speaks Again- Read Details

The popularly known Ghanaian broadcast journalist and editor-in-chief for Insight newspapers have recently caused a massive stir, debates, and arguments across all social media platforms after he boldly came out to query the incident President over the current economic hardship in the country alongside going to the IMF.

Speaking at a recent conference held by the Arose Ghana group, Kwesi Pratt took the privilege to reveal the main reasons why Ghana going to the IMF has always been a bad decision considering how the innocent citizens end up suffering due to the conditions attached to the loan given out by the International Monetary Fund amongst others.

“Look at Ghana. I want the President to come and answer this question for me. We have created the largest man-made lake in the world. We are boarded on the South by the Atlantic Ocean and we import fish. Don’t you feel sad? Is this a problem for which we have to go to the IMF? Today, we are importing Guinea fowls from Denmark. Is this a problem for which we have to go to the IMF? How can the IMF solve this problem of depending on Denmark for the production of our protein? It gets worse every day”, Kwesi Pratt emphatically revealed.

In conclusion, Kwesi Pratt revealed that Ghana finally going to the IMF will cause more harm than good to the country just like the NDC’s John Mahama tenure and what happened in 1983.

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Do you think that Akufo Addo’s decision to finally go to the IMF will cause more harm than good to the country’s economic status as revealed by Kwesi Pratt even though most individuals claimed otherwise?

What are your thoughts after Kwesi Pratt boldly sent another brilliant message to the Akufo Addo government over going to the IMF for financial aid amongst other matters even though most Ghanaians claim otherwise?

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