Ghanaians can’t blame Bawumia for the current economic hardships – NAPO

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Matthew Opoku Prempeh, Ghana’s Minister of Energy, has urged his countrymen to quit placing the blame for Ghana’s economic troubles on Dr. Bawumia.

According to him, it makes him unhappy anytime he sees people blaming the Vice President for anything.

Kokrokoo, the award-winning morning program on Peace FM, included an interview with NAPO.

According to him, even if Dr. Bawumia does serve as the leader of the Economic Management Team, the members of the group really function as a unit and collaborate on issues.

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According to Prempeh, this indicates that no one individual member is in fact accountable for the operation of the economy.

NAPO said that it makes him unhappy when people criticize Vice President Bawumia since his committee is the only one that is referred to be a team.

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“When you get to Cabinet, we have Social and Infrastructure Committee in addition to other committees, but when we reached the economics, we said Economic Management Team.” As a result, we brought on members of the team who are specialists,” he said.

The former Minister of Education has made a plea for more Ghanaians to have trust in the fact that the Akufo-Addo and Bawumia administrations would undoubtedly deliver.

In his opinion, Opoku Prempeh went on to say that the NPP has shown itself to be the only government that provides Ghanaians with social intervention programs while it is in power throughout the course of the years.

He came to the conclusion that the administration will ultimately lead Ghana away from the IMF and toward financial stability.

He made this statement: “NPP would pull Ghana out of the IMF for us to receive our relief.”

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