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Nobody Trusts Managers of Ghana’s Economy Again – Dafeamekpor



South Dayi Member of Parliament Rockson Nelson Dafeamekpor has said Ghanaians have lost trust in the Minister of Finance and the entire team managing the economy.

To that end, he said, the Finance Minister Ofori-Atta must go.

Speaking on the Big Issue on TV3 with Roland Walker, he said “Nobody trusts them again, nobody trust the Finance Minister, the Governor of the central bank. people just don’t trust the team at the helm of affairs.”

Commenting on the same show, spokesperson of the Vice President, Dr Gideon Boaku said that the only communication on the Haircut from the government that he is aware of is the one said by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

He said the President was clear in his communication on the haircut.

Dr Boako said “From the government’s side the only communication that I am privy to is what the President has given. Government has given clear indication that whoever has government bills, it is not going to be affected by any haircut.

“After the negotiations with the IMF, I am sure by the time the Finance Minister presents the budget or even post that, the totality of how government’s debt restructuring is going to be will be laid out.

“I think the president sort to allay the fears of people and also make an announcement. Even before that, the key thing that people were concerned about was whether or not there is going to be a haircut on the principal of their treasury bills.

“That is certainly coming from government said by no other person than the President, that treasury bill holders are not going to have their principal affected by any sort of haircut and that communication is clear.”


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