As Government is Working Tirelessly to Solve Ghana’s Economic Problems, Perhaps We Should Count our Blessings Too – Akuffo Addo

as government is working tirelessly to solve economic problems, perhaps we should count our blessings too akuffo addo

President Akuffo Addo has mentioned that his government is working hard to fix the Ghanaian economy adding that despite the economic problems, Ghanaians must also count their blessings.

The President made these remarks in his submission on the 66th Independence Day Celebration.

President Akuffo Addo also said his government has performed creditably and maintained a stable economy with regards provision of certain essential goods and services to Ghanaians unlike other nations that have been hit with difficult situations such energy crisis and food shortages.

Maybe we should also count our blessings and how together, we are managing the difficulties.

We’ve all seen the images around the world. Here in Ghana, we have not had any fuel queues. We have not suffered shortages in food and essential items or the catastrophe of dumsor.

The president had faced some criticisms from Ghanaians and politicians over what most people consider as poor governance which has sunk the economy into an abyss.

This year’s Independence Day Celebration which is themed: “Our Unity, Our Strength, Our Purpose” saw President Umaro Sissoco Embaló of Guinea Bissau, Chairman of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), in attendance as the Special Guest of Honour.

Oliver Barker Vormawor on the other hand had earlier called for the people of Ho to boo and mock the President during the Independence Day celebrations to send a clear message to the NPP leadership and its poor performance.

I am calling on the People of Ho to boo the President when he comes there for the 6th March. Boo him louder than he has ever been booed in his life before.

Let him understand the trauma of his Presidency. Your ancestors fought for Independence. Singlehandedly Gbedemah kept the Revolution alive when Nkrumah was jailed, he stated.

President Akufo Addo however advised Ghanaians to stay united despite the economic hardships as its government will soon get the economy on track. Most Ghanaians have attributed his optimism to the ongoing IMF negotiations and that an IMF bailout may facilitate government’s effort to salvage the ailing economy.


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