Government traces eight intercessions to fix the weak economy

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Government has nitty-gritty five measures as part of endeavors pointed toward bouncing back the Ghanaian economy and put it in a difficult spot to its past development direction before the Covid pandemic hit the nation’s shores.

This was laid out by the Minister for Finance, Ken Ofori-Atta at a press instructions in Accra on Sunday May 9, 2021.

As indicated by the Minister, the government is working to re-invigorate key areas of the Ghanaian economy in a way that will upgrade its overall standpoint and set it back rolling.

He said; “first, I am working with the Minister for Water and Sanitation to promptly guarantee consumable water to zones with felt need, particularly in the most metropolitan regions. Likewise, I am working with the Ministers of Roads and Highways, Transport and Interior to address clog along the significant thruways.”

This returns at the of a web-based media crusade over the new situation in the country. Web-based media clients to a great extent addressed ongoing climbs in fuel costs and the presentation of new assessments wailing over how these have expanded the typical cost for basic items in the country.

In any case, reacting to the issue interestingly, Ofori-Atta recognized that while their interests are authentic, the present status of the economy is occasioned by the worldwide pandemic giving the affirmation that the government is attempting to reestablish the economy back to its pre-COVID-19 levels.

One of the manners in which the government is attempting to reestablish the economy the Minister noted is through optimizing the execution of the US$200million Jobs and Skills Program to improve work creation fundamentally. This mediation is intended to work with new and extended private area organizations to utilize much more individuals.

This he said is a more feasible approach to revamp the economy. What’s more, he said the government is turning more than 8 extra intercessions under the GhanaCARES “Obataanpa” program especially in the Health, Agriculture, Tourism, Trade, Digitization, Science and innovation, just as the Housing and Financial areas expressing that before the finish of July this year, the nation will have another Development Bank that will give long haul discount financing to the private area through Commercial banks as a method of welcoming the private area ready

He begged Ghanaians to be strong of these drives and be patient while the government attempts to recuperate the economy from this difficulty.