Ghana will get back on track despite daunting challenges – Finance Minister

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Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta has assured Ghanaians that the country will soon be back on track following the daunting economic challenges it is facing.

According to him, to overcome these challenges, there should be resilience amidst having “entrepreneurial zeal, faith, courage, solidarity and hope to play constructive role in getting our nation fully back on track.”

“Ours is a country with real prospects and the challenges notwithstanding. Ghana will rise again, and faith is premised on the fact that a lot has already been achieved. Especially over the course of the Fourth republic and our policy as outlined in this budget to reset the economy.

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“If supported will ensure that indeed, we have not wasted the current global crisis but used it to make our economy stronger and the progress and prosperity of our people even more assured,” he captured in Thursday’s Budget statement of 2023.

Mr. Ken Ofori-Atta, therefore, reiterated the government’s commitment to working hard to revive the economy while asking citizens to believe in and support the initiatives of the government to bring about transformation.

He proceeded and encouraged the citizens to back the government to help boost the sustainability of the country as they move to implement structural and public sector reforms including the imposition of a debt limit on non-concessional financing aimed at resolving the raging economic upheaval.

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