The General Secretary of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has added his voice to the ongoing debate of the ruling NPP administration led by his Excellency Nana Akufo-Addo decision to resort to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for support stating that "Anyone Who Is Able To Defend NPP's IMF Decision Can Defend Satan In Heaven"
Mr Aseidu Nketia who made this statement on PeaceFm said, it's very difficult to justify governments decision for IMF Bailouts because the government earlier received a lot of support from the World Bank and places but the government hasn't been able to utilize these monies for the benefits of the country. He therefore wonder those justifying the IMF decision by the government and that if they can be able to convince Ghanaians on the need for the initiative,he is sure they can effectively defend Satan in heaven.
Mr Aseidu Nketia said"Ghana received lots of support from the World Bank and other benevolent institutions during the Covid-19 pandemic, I therefore find it absurd to hear people say that COVID-19 and the Ukraine-Russia war has contributed to the poor performance of the country's economy and Anyone who is able to defend NPP's decision to go to the IMF for bailout with this inexplicable analysis can defend Satan in Heaven," he noted.
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