Why is Ofori Atta Deceiving Ghanaians?
Ghana’s finance minister, Ken Ofori has been in joyous mood since the approval of the IMF loan. His tweet account has been all encapsulating on the approval deal. In his latest statement on the subject, minister Ofori Atta again showed his boisterous disposition by arguing that the approval offers an indication how Ghana can easily enter the international capital market for more funds.
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The joy relating to Ghana’s successful completion of the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) loan is simply a façade. There’s nothing joyous about the occasion. Indeed, it may rub-off Ghanaians positively in the mid-future but certainly not immediately. Even the prospect of a long-haul benefit is highly contentious.
IMF $3Billlion Loan, Another NPP Election Scam?
Ghana has lived through the pain of election promises that have in the end proven to be scams. Even where politicians have chalked a modicum of success with their promises, it has turned out to be populist stunt than qualitative demand. And so, President Akufo Addo in the run-up to the 2016 elections made a number of promises with the Free Senior High School project being the most revered flagship programme.
Lionel Messi requests Barcelona to sign 2 World Cup Winning Argentina teammates along with him
Lionel Messi has reportedly requested Barcelona sign his fellow Argentina teammates Angel Di Maria and Leandro Paredes ahead of his potential return. According to El Nacional, Xavi is eager to sign Messi, 35, as a free agent in the summer. The Argentine icon's contract with PSG expires and he has decided he will not be signing a renewal.
Michail Antonio surprised at what Todd Boehly is about to do at Chelsea
Michail Antonio Expresses Surprise Over Mauricio Pochettino Joining Chelsea as Manager West Ham United striker Michail Antonio has revealed his shock at the news that Mauricio Pochettino is set to become the new manager of Chelsea. Speaking on 'The Footballer's Football Podcast,' Antonio admitted that he had always anticipated Pochettino's return to Tottenham, rather than taking up the challenge on the other side of London.
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Otumfuo Osei Tutu Pushes The British Museum For The Asante Kingdom's Regalia.
Did you know that there are more than 100 gold objects and other regalia of the Asante kingdom within the British Museum's collection which were taken by British troops during their wars. In the 19th century, the Asante empire was one of few African kingdoms that proved to be in a serious rebel against the European colonizers.
The IMF loan is a positive step for Ghana, but it is not a guarantee of success.
The IMF loan will help Ghana to restore macroeconomic stability and debt sustainability. However, it is important to note that the loan is not a panacea for all of Ghana's economic problems. The government will need to implement a comprehensive set of reforms in order to achieve sustainable growth and development.
Ghana's IMF History, The Dept Trip
Ghana has a long history with the International Monetary Fund (IMF). In fact, the country's first loan from the IMF was approved in 1983. Since then, Ghana has had several agreements with the IMF aimed at stabilizing the country's economy and promoting economic growth and development.
Conditions For the $3 billion IMF Deal
Ghana and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) have agreed to a three-year program supported by the Extended Credit Facility (ECF) with approximately $3 billion. The agreement involves economic policies and reforms aimed at achieving macroeconomic stability, debt sustainability, and fostering inclusive growth.
Financial Freedom at Your Fingertips: Ghanaian Fintech Startups Redefining Banking and Payments
In an era marked by rapid technological advancements, Ghana's fintech startup ecosystem is revolutionizing the way people bank and make payments. These innovative companies are leveraging cutting-edge technology to create user-friendly, accessible, and secure financial solutions, bringing financial freedom to the fingertips of Ghanaians.
Going To IMF Depicts NPP Government Lacks The Men - Benjamin Kofi Quashie
The South African Council of Elders Chairman of the National Democratic Congress and the Group Chairman of Allied Consortiums, Mr. Benjamin Kofi Quashie has berated those who are praising government for securing an IMF bailout. He describes Ghana's economic situation as being in a mess and as a "sinking ship".
Mr. President, Shouldn’t Ofori Atta Resign Now?
Shouldn’t Ken Ofori Atta resign as finance minister? This has been the concerns of many who have been following the call for the resignation of Ofori Atta by some 100 Members of Parliament. It’s significant to note that the call was made by MP members of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), Ofori Atta’s own political party.
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The Ghanaian government's proactive approach to empowering farmers and stimulating investment in the agriculture sector is yielding positive results, creating significant opportunities for growth and development. Various government schemes and programs have been implemented to unlock investment potential, enabling farmers to thrive while contributing to the nation's economic prosperity.
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60 Years of Failed Political [email protected] African Union: Our Leaders Unable To Manage The Economy Well Without IMF Bailouts: Razak Kojo Opoku Writes
Yesterday, 25th May 2023 marked exactly 60 years after the formation of African Union, a similar move to the European Union. Almost all the 55 Member States of Africa have been to the IMF for several times for economic bailouts and fiscal stability. My own Ghana has been to the IMF 17 times and still counting.
Ghana receives a $3 billion bailout approval from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
According to a report from graphiconline, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has granted a $3 billion bailout to Ghana. The approval was given unanimously by the IMF's Executive Board during a meeting held today in Washington. The bailout program is set to span the next three years.
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Auto loan scheme is an opportunity for teachers to own vehicle to facilitate their movement to and from school. Most schools in our country have no residential facilities for teachers, some teachers travel from far to school. Sometimes teachers have to wake up early to join long que for public transport popularly known as trotro. This auto loan scheme for teachers can reduce Teacher Absenteeism in our schools, some rural areas you can only travel there once a week, that is the market day. Apart from the
The most painful IMF programme ever, who negotiated this? – Ablakwa
The IMF program with Pakistan was negotiated by the Pakistani government and the IMF. The Pakistani government was represented by the Finance Minister, Miftah Ismail, and the IMF was represented by its Managing Director, Kristalina Georgieva. The program was agreed upon in April 2022 and is expected to last for three years.