Ghana Deserves A Leadership That Thinks… – Akufo-Addo

1 diabetic e d Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, the 2012 Presidential candidate of the main opposition party, the NPP, on Monday took a swipe at the NDC and President Mahama when he responded to a question on whether we can have a consensus as a country on a national development planning agenda.

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Painting an economic picture which, according to her, would be a concern for any investor wanting to invest in Ghana, Ms Cheto referred to the economic indicators on Ghana and asserted that they were all pointing the wrong direction. With rising inflation, growing deficit and a rising national debt coupled with falling currency, she said it would be very difficult for any investor looking to invest in Ghana.

Ms Cheto, whose expertise is primarily focused on the political economy of West African countries, particularly Nigeria and Ghana, referred copiously to the 2013-14 budget statement by the Finance Minister and asked serious questions about the deficit financing as well as the dangers of not meeting economic growth and targets.

She also questioned the recent decision by the government to accept and introduce free SHS in the recent State of the Nation address. Quoting from the President’s own economic analysis in the address, Ms Cheto questioned where the government was going to find the funding for such an unplanned venture.