Daniel Yaw Domelevo the current Auditor General, has been given permission by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to evaluate Ghana’s proper policy.
Mr. Domelebvo will be crucial in determining whether or not the public authority is granted the solicitation since Ghana makes a bailout demand before the IMF.
After the tragic incident, Mr. Domelevo, who had previously felt somewhat better about his argument with President Akufo-Addo about delaying retirement, has been working with the IMF.
He was picked with the help of the Global Fund Board to be a member of the Board’s Audit and Finance Committee.
The Global Fund grants nations $4 billion or more annually (counting Ghana) to war AIDS, TB and Malaria.
Some Ghanaians have asked the IMF to reject their country’s request for a bailout to support the faltering economy.
According to the astounding range of requests, these Ghanaians have been pleading with the IMF to consider the incompetence of the NPP government and hence refrain from lending them any money.
A number of Ghanaians have blatantly expressed wanton unhappiness with the public authority on the IMF’s Facebook page, in particular, with what should be characterized as dreadful insults.
In order to avoid any changeover to mortgage out money to support Ghana’s economy, they have instead trusted the IMF to pay interest to the requests of Ghanaians.
As per them, Ghana’s administration is brimming with hoodlums and degenerate human beings who might not put the money the IMF will supply for any super use.
In this way, the IMF has been advised now not to mortgage out the money or even oblige the Akufo-Addo authorities that used to rebuke the preceding authorities for going to the IMF when in resistance.