Let’s continue to work to improve accountability, efficiency and transparency – Nana Addo to Ghanaians

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Ghanaians are being urged by President Akufo-Addo to look for a bright spot in the current economic gloom.

According to him, based on events elsewhere, the crisis’ effects could have been worse.

Ghana is presently pounding on the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) doors for a rescue as hardships worsen, living expenses rise, and the cedi appreciates.

According to him, other nations experiencing a comparable situation have experienced ongoing deficits that have resulted in long lines at gas locations.

“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,” President Akufo-Addo stated.

He said this during the 66th anniversary commemoration of Independence Day in Adaklu, in the Volta District.

President Akufo-Addo also expressed his administration’s commitment to finding answers when he spoke to the audience.

“We are working hard to resolve them,” President said.

In its present effort to obtain a $3 billion bailout, Ghana has managed to reach a staff-level deal with the IMF.

On March 6, 1957, Ghana declared its freedom from British colonial control.

The road to freedom was paved with many battles, and many countrymen gave their lives in the process.

As a result, Ghanaians put aside March 6th each year to celebrate their freedom and evaluate their nation’s development.

This year’s festival has the slogan “Our Unity, Our Strength, Our Purpose” as its theme.

Source: Ghanatodayonline.com

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