Ghana Will Bounce Back Stronger– Akufo-Addo

 

President Akufo-Addo

President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo is expressing confidence in the rebound of country’s economy from its current challenges. 

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According to him, Ghana will recover from the economic challenges posed by external factors.

In a tweet on Wednesday September 7, 2022, President Akufo-Addo said “Ghana will bounce back stronger.”

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This follow comments by the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Kristalina Georgieva attributed Ghana’s prevailing weak economic conditions to shocks from the Covid-19 pandemic and the Russian-Ukraine war.

She explained that the shocks from the two unforeseen factors have heavily impacted on the economy and are to be blamed for the country’s woes and not “bad policies” said to be implemented by the government.

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“Like everybody on this planet you have been hurt by exogenous shocks. First the pandemic, then Russia-Ukraine. And then we need to realise it is not because of bad policies in the country, but because of these combination of shocks,” she added.

The IMF boss added that Ghana, as a strong country in the sub-region, ought be supported by the IMF to bounce back because the strength of Ghana impacts positively on neighbouring countries.

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“And therefore, we have to support (Ghana) because you’re a member. You’re a strong country, you have fantastic people, but also we have to support Ghana because your strength contributes to the strength of your neighbours. It contributes to a stronger world,” she told journalists at the ongoing Africa Climate Change Adaptation Summit.

Speaking further on the anticipated IMF deal with Ghana, she noted the IMF is determined to have a deal with Ghana by the end of this year.

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“I am very determined for us to indeed reach an agreement by the end of this year,” she quipped.

Ghana is seeking to raise some $3billion Balance of Payment IMF support programme to help resolve some of its immediate economic challenges.

The government began discussions with the Bretton Wood institution in July 2022, reversing President Akufo-Addo’s administration pledge not to seek a financial programme from the IMF.

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Prior to the pandemic and later the Russia Ukraine war, Ghana’s economic outlook was highly rated as one of the fastest growing economies in the world.

A gradual sign of recovery from the effect of the pandemic at the end of 2021 was hit by another unforeseen setback, following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine – a war which has significantly ravaged economies around the world with many global currencies registering unprecedented depreciation against the US Dollar. 

Source : DailyGuide 

  

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