Minority pushes government to go to IMF
Each administration that goes to IMF is a disappointment, says Kennedy Agyapong
Kennedy Agyapong disheartened in government for racing to IMF
Dissident Member of Parliament for Assin Central, Kennedy Ohene Agyapong, has communicated grave dissatisfaction over the public authority’s choice to connect with the IMF for a bailout.
As per the New Patriotic Party MP, who had in the past depicted the resistance recent National Democratic government as a disappointment for going to the IMF, the choice by the ongoing government as a result surrenders capacity to the resistance in the following political race.
“It is very much like giving over capacity to NDC without a challenge, straight away in light of the commotion we made, and I bite my own words back when I said the NDC went to IMF as a result of blunder of the economy. So on the off chance that NPP is going to IMF, what am I going to say? So breaking the 8 will be extreme,” he is cited in a report by 3news.com.
Kennedy Agyapong, who was tending to a continuous NPP National Constituency Officers studio in the Eastern Regional capital of Koforidua, noticed that the choice to go to IMF will demonstrate impeding in winning the NPP power in 2024.
“My message to you is straightforward, you can’t pay close attention to me and I am not frightened of anyone in the party, I will let you know the absolute truth, the people who take you to IMF can’t break the 8,” he expressed.
The Government over the most recent couple of months has parried calls by the resistance and Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) to look for an IMF bailout.The individuals who take you to IMF can’t break the 8 – Kennedy Agyapong
As per the public authority which portrayed an IMF bailout as horrendous, it would prefer to seek after local strategies to rescue Ghana’s economy which has been in emergency for a period.
In any case, in a delivery gave on Friday, the Minister for Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah reported that President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has coordinated Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta to start official commitment with the International Monetary Fund for a monetary bailout.