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The Vice President, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia has guaranteed that the Akufo-Addo government is centered around handling issues, which have occurred because of the worldwide pandemic.
In a clear, amicable reaction to a segment of Ghanaians who have taken to web-based media to whine about the increasing expense of fuel and different products like concrete and iron poles, Vice President Bawumia likewise took to his Facebook page on Thursday morning to recognize their interests and furthermore guaranteed them of government’s obligation to tackling issues, which he said has been elevated by the impacts of the pandemic on world economies.
“We are four months into our long-term command. The work of the government is to fix issues. This is the thing that we have been doing since 2017,’ Dr. Bawumia composed on Facebook.
The COVID-19 pandemic has hindered the worldwide economy and caused expansions in costs of items like oil, concrete, and iron bars, just as generally cost of delivery, he clarified.
Dr. Bawumia, in any case, communicated confidence about the path forward, adding that the Akufo-Addo government has a history of fixing issues in the previous four years “subsequent to acquiring an economy with no bone on the meat”
“All things considered, it is vital to put the presentation of our administration throughout the most recent four years in the wake of acquiring an economy with “no meat on the bone” on record.
“Current realities and information represent themselves.”
Dr. Bawumia at that point proceeded to list a few issues, which the Akufo-Addo government has fixed or fixing, to exhibit its capacity to beat the current difficulties.
He additionally guaranteed the populace of the public authority’s obligation to help out individuals.
The rundown of issues the Akufo-Addo government has fixed, which the Vice President recorded, included; social mediation projects to decrease the enduring of residents, positive financial markers, work creation, expanded agribusiness yield, basic framework improvement, digitization of the economy to make things simple for individuals, among others.
The following is the full content of Dr. Bawumia’s Facebook post: