Legendary Comedian Kwaku Sintim Misa (KSM) says Ghana’s visit to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for the 17th time shows the country’s lack of financial discipline. In a tweet, the Veteran Satirist mocked the Government's decision to run to the IMF for an economic bailout.
Member of Parliament for Jaman North constituency in the Bono Region, Hon. Fredrick Ahenkwah said, he is very happy that Ghana is going back to International Monetary Fund( IMF) Bailout again. IMF Bailout comes with conditionalities and policies that will restrict the government from any mismanagement of resources.
IMF Bailout; Come Out And Tell Ghanaians That You Are Not A Superman- Prophet Oduro Tells Akufo Addo
The founder and leader of Alabaster International Ministry, Prophet Kofi Oduro has sent some messages to President Akufo Akuffo for being silent on government's decision to go to IMF for a bailout. Speaking in church this morning, Prophet Kofi Oduro made it clear to the president that it is time for him to address the nation just as he did during the covid-19 period.
Deputy Fiance Minister and Member of Parliament for Atiwa East constituency, Hon. Abena Osei Asare has disclosed that, the 2022 Mid Year Budget Review have been extended due to the engagement of International Monetary Fund (IMF ) Bailout. The Mid Year Budget Review which supposed to come off 15th, July 2022 has been extended to 25th, July 2022 which will make the government well prepared for the presentation.
The member of Parliament for Bolga central, Honorable Isaac Adongo has sent a strong message to President Akuffo Addo following government's decision to interact with IMF for financial support. In an interview on Okay FM, Honorable Isaac Adongo revealed that the blame of hardships in the country should be sent to the brothers of the President.
IMF Bailout: It's An Issue of Policy Not Reshuffle-Pratt On Calls For Finance Minister To Be Removed
Many people have called for Finance Minister Ken Ofori Atta to be fired by President Akufo-Addo. There were more protests when the government declared that it was seeking IMF aid. The Finance Minister is a dead wood. Taking a stand, former president John Dramani Mahama urged President Akufo-Addo to get rid of the "many dead woods" in his cabinet, including Ken Ofori-Atta.
Corruption, according to veteran journalist Kwesi Pratt, is not the root of Ghana's woes. Members of the governing New Patriotic Party (NPP) and other government officials have began to defend the choice to return to IMF financing despite appeals from Ghanaians for the President not to do so, especially since he told them he wouldn't do so.
The recent circulating news, videos, and photos that have undoubtedly landed the Akufo Addo government in another serious trouble as they seek an IMF bailout are the ones below as most Ghanaians have finally taken it upon themselves to petition the International Monetary Fund from not helping the country in terms of its finances.
Ghana's former Finance Minister, Mr. Seth Terkper has sent a message to government about what needs to be about the Free Senior High School education. Speaking on Joy FM this morning, Mr. Seth Terkper clearly revealed that most of the flagship programmes, including the Free Senior High School initiative (Free SHS), and the Agenda 111 are unsustainable and for that matter, something must be done about it.
Asiedu Nketia has been one very controversial person amidst the case of the IMF scandal on the New Patriotic Party after a bailout went viral on social media. A lot of prestigious and high position holders have already shared their point of view on the story, on the side of Kennedy Okompreko Agyapong who is known to be a true member of the party has shared his disappointment in it.