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Ghana Wants Exit From IMF Bailout

Ghana Wants Exit From IMF BailoutGhana Wants Exit From IMF Bailout

The government of Ghana is working hard to build a strong and resilient economy to avoid returning to the International Monetary Fund for financial bailout after it exits of the current IMF credit program at the end of the year, says President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, Bernama reported. The government is doing everything possible to successfully wean the country off the IMF and run the economy independently of the Bretton-Woods institutions (IMF and the World Bank), he said in Ghana’s capital, Accra. The president was there to launch various projects, inspect on-going ones and engage the people to know their needs to aid government in its development agenda. He said he owed Ghanaians a duty to learn at first hand their problems and is resolved to visit all the ten regions each year. He noted that the government was pursuing policies which would guarantee inclusive and coherent society for a peaceful and stable country and called on everybody including the church to play their roles to build a prosperous and peaceful nation.


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