A seasoned businessman and a Former Ambassador in the first term of Nana Akufo-Addo, Dr Kofi Amoah, has lamented on how he advised the president of the Republic Nana Akufo-Addo severally but he did not listen.
According to Dr Kofi Amoah, he used every means possible to advise the President against excessive borrowing but the President failed to listen. He argued that, Ghana finds its at where it is today where the country has to resort to the IMF for support because they failed to take advise.
He lamented that the present situation has inflicted much suffering on the ordinary Ghanaian.
Dr Kofi Amoah stated "I cautioned the President verbally and in writing against the huge borrowing, in billions and warned that we may not be able to service the debts. He added that he cautioned that the huge borrowing will "cause big hiccups for the nation and he did not listen."
Dr Kofi Amoah noted that and we are all witnessing the unfortunate and embarrassing turn around to the IMF and the hardship to ensue that will affect every citizen because the president failed to listen to advise.
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