Many Ghanaians have complained about the economic hardship recent times since Akufo-Addo led administration assumed office.
Although Ghanaians have cried about the high cost of living, the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, says over the course of the last twenty-three (23) months, his government has worked on strengthening the fundamentals of the economy.
To him, an improved macroeconomy is a fundamental requirement for stimulating the investments needed for the significant expansion and growth of the economy, and the generation of wealth and jobs.
“This has resulted in the growing stability of the macro-economy and the cedi, reduction in inflation and interest rates. At the halfway stage of my government’s tenure, we have proven, by all accounts, to be good managers of the Ghanaian economy, and we have made significant progress in all aspects of our nation’s life and towards the realisation of the vision of a Ghana Beyond Aid,” he said.