From now until October 7, a staff delegation from the International Monetary Fund (IMF), led by Stéphane Roudet, Ghana's mission chief, is scheduled to visit Accra. The staff delegation is expected in Ghana today 26th September and continue talks with Ghanaian officials about policies and reforms that might be financed by an IMF funding arrangement.
In the upcoming weeks, the International Monetary Fund will send another delegation to Ghana as the nation struggles to finalize a bailout plan. After the Akufo-Addo administration declared its plan to return to the IMF for a bailout, a staff team traveled to Ghana in July for preliminary talks.
The ongoing war between Russians and Ukrainians has brought several impact on economies globally including Ghana. Ghana recently carried its economic crisis to IMF for bailout which has gone through series of serious discussions in the couple of months within the year 2022. Majority of Ghanaian citizens believe that the state of the economy is as a result of mismanagement from the residing government and others also believe it is as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic out break and the Russian and Ukrainian war.