The government is working hard to fix the economic issues, according to Cynthia Morrison, the MP for the Agona West Constituency, in order to lower the high cost of living for Ghanaians.
She claimed that the administration is aware of the economic problems and is taking responsible action to lessen the hardship.
After a four-hour health walk at Agona Swedru in the Central Region, the MP spoke to New Patriotic Party (NPP) supporters and provided the guarantee.
The walk took place on the same day when constituency executives marked their first year in office.
The walk, which started at the Agona Swedru PWD office and finished at the Otabilkrom Astro Turf, was attended by all 31 polling station executives and coordinators in the electoral area.
Morrison, who is also a former minister for gender, children and social protection, praised Ghanaians for their hard work and selfless commitment to their jobs while expressing optimism that their hopes and expectations will be fulfilled in order to advance the well-being of all.
According to the MP, the administration is prepared to lay out policies and programs that will boost the economy in the next years and open up chances to lessen the difficulties facing the nation.
She claimed that President Akufo-Addo’s administration is focused and will restore financial stability to control the cost of goods and services.
Morrison pleaded on Ghanaians to be patient with the administration.
She asserted that the current financial crisis is a worldwide issue and expressed hope that the government’s diligence and hard work would put a stop to it.
The MP expressed the hope that the delegates would vote to keep her in the next parliamentary primary so she could continue doing good and honorable work to maintain high standards of life.