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He believed it would be quite difficult for the country to overcome the current economic conditions unless ‘we are ready for a very serious clean-up that will require bold and selfless men and women.’
The former President was optimistic that ‘we have done it before and it can be done again.”
Mr. Rawlings therefore advocated a thorough examination of the problem to find a lasting solution.
He endorsed the economic forum but advised government to revise some aspects of its policies to improve the living conditions of the people.
‘Many aspects need looking at and examining and dealt with seriously, but I think it is very important that something that is happening in this country does not escape us.’
Kufuor’s administration’s domestic policy in the first term was marked by fiscal and monetary stringency on the economic front, aimed at stabilizing a national economy that had stagnated and was in decline.
His social vision was focused on unleashing the entrepreneurial, creative and innovative potential of Ghanaians as a means of creating wealth and hence dealing with the social challenges facing them.
This socio-economic vision was encapsulated in the Five Priority Areas Programme, viz., the pursuit of good governance, modernization of agriculture for rural development, private sector participation, enhanced social services and vigorous infrastructure development.
The forum is being boycotted by the main opposition party, NPP, which said nothing concrete would come out of it, claiming that it would be another talk shop.
By Charles Takyi-Boadu
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