At the point when COVID-19 was at its top in Ghana, the principal legislature of the land caused the residents to comprehend that they ought to take great consideration of themselves in light of the fact that the economy could be restored however not the dead.
We are the point at which the country’s economy is very nearly imploding. A dollar currently sells for 9.25 cedis, making individuals, including Actor and maker Eddie Nartey, return to Akufo Addo’s assertion he made in 2020.
Talking in a new meeting with Larry Bozzlz on CTV, the entertainer spread the word about it that Ghanaians are going through difficult stretches now and the president needs to restore the economy to assist with safeguarding the residents from expansion and other.
“We don’t print money, we are all feeling it. If they increase fuel prices, whether you are a doctor or an actor, or even the president, you will feel it. We all buy it at an equal price.
It is not just me but I think everybody… When you do vote new people in government, you look for peace and things getting better and so that’s not what I expected but this is how things have taken turns to. It is crazy and bad, people are really complaining… There is so much inflation. Things have shot up.
Nana you really have to sit up and make sure the economy comes back to what it used to be because where things are going, people are complaining. Families are dying, things are really going bad. We are pleading with you, the ministers and the people who are in government to put in policies that are going to help the economy. Where we are heading to is too bad.”