Good News: Ghanaians in US to petition IMF to decline Ghana’s request

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Critical thinking Ghanaians in the United States who care about Ghana’s bailout request are ready to ask the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to halt it.

They claim that this is the 17th time the government has sought help from the IMF, but the economy continues to deteriorate.

As they saw, the reliance on the International Monetary Fund (IMF) was at an all-time high, and now was the time for leaders to dig deeper and come up with their own answers.

Concerned Ghanaians have petitioned the International Monetary Fund to let the Gha Ghana Government bear the entire responsibility for corruption and other irregularities that have led to the country’s economic troubles, according to a reputable source.”

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People like Dr. Solomon Owusu, a mining and mineral consultant in the United States and others are anticipated to take the lead in this effort to protect the environment.

According to the group’s convener, Dr. Solomon Owusu, getting rid of the bailout is possible by “thinking outside the box” and taking realistic ways to revive the economy, since all hope is not yet gone.

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On the other hand, the US-based mining consultant suggested that Ghana’s finances be protected by preventing financial leaks in the public sector, eliminating corruption, reducing extravagant spending, managing natural resources prudently, and enforcing the rule of law to punish corrupt public officials.

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is now negotiating a bailout for Ghana’s failing economy.

Ghana might have averted this scenario if cautious and pragmatic procedures had been rigidly adopted, according to the Convened Ghanaians.



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