Our nation has turned the corner—Akufo-Addo

Ghana is currently subscribed to a three-year-long International Monetary Fund (IMF) program, which will see the injection of $3 billion into the Ghanaian economy to restore confidence in the local market following the country’s debt reaching unsustainable levels.

As of 2022, Ghana’s public debt was 92.4% of GDP.

The government blamed the COVID-19 pandemic and the ongoing Russia-Ukraine war for the economic downturn.

However, in his Christmas Day message, the President stated that things are getting better and that he is hopeful that with sustained hard work and determination, the country will sail through this quagmire.

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I will discharge Nyantakyi if you don’t call your witness to testify – Judge warns

Mon Dec 25 , 2023
High Court Judge Justice Marie Louise Simmons has served notice of discharging former Ghana Football Association President Kwasi Nyantakyi if the state fails to open its case. This was after Assistant State Attorney Derrick Ackah-Nyamike told the court the state is unable to call its first witness at this stage. […]
I will discharge Nyantakyi if you don’t call your witness to testify.