Some concerned Ghanaians have issued a strong warning to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to not give another loan to the Government.
A few days ago, President Nana Addo authorized Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta to commence formal engagements with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), to support the country’s economy.
A statement issued by the country’s information ministry said the order follows a telephone conversation between President Akufo-Addo and the IMF Managing Director, Miss Kristalina Georgieva, Graphic.com reported.
Aside from this, the country is also grappling with high debt and a depreciating currency, the cedi. A controversial tax on Electronic transactions (E-Levy) which was aimed at relieving some burden off the government is yet to generate any significant revenue.
There was a two-day protest in Accra this week over fuel price hikes, inflation and an economic downturn.
Well, some Ghanaians have decided to go directly to the IMF to warn them against giving loans to the Government.
One lady in the comments session advised the IMF to take the momo details of each Ghanaian and give them the money directly do that they can pay it themselves.
Read some of the comments below;