Ofori-Atta Cause of Ghana’s Economic Woes – Gatsi

The Dean of Cape Coast University Business School, Professor John Gatsi has depicted the administration of Ghana’s economy as dangerous.

His remark comes on the rear of a few tweets by a main Member of the NPP, Gabby Asare Otchere-Darko Monday proposing that Ghana might require help to win financial backer trust in the economy true to form income from the questionable E-demand tumbles.

In a progression of tweets, Mr. Otchere-Darko expressed inflows from the much-promoted Electronic Transaction has conveyed just 10% of the normal income.

Addressing Francis Abban on the Morning Starr Monday, Prof. Gatsi put Ghana’s financial troubles on Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta.

He said the getting binge of the Finance Minister ought to be a central issue to the country.

“He can’t deal with the Ghanaian economy just in 2022, he has been dealing with the economy starting around 2017 and in total, his strategy as far as monetary administration has really made a gigantic issue for this country.

“Furthermore, that I don’t believe that he, at the end of the day, doesn’t know. He is the person who presents the sort of acquiring that we want to do and that getting has made issues for the country. Consequently, we can’t fault some other individual than the Finance Minister.

He proceeded: “The greater part of the things he comes to Parliament to present, that is his conviction that he has introduced to Parliament. So we ought to hold him on those things instead of extending it to certain people who have been viewed as of worth to the public authority. Be that as it may, may not be in that frame of mind of issues of this country.”

Prof. Gatsi further expressed that the Finance Minister should legitimize to Ghanaians the advantages his acquiring binge has brought to the country.