Former President John Mahama reminds President Akuffo Addo as Ghana debts hits 76%(Gh¢291 billion)

Nana Akuffo Addo and John Dramani Mahama

Former president John Mahama has drown shots at the ruling government for failing to stick to their campaign promises.

According to Mahama, the then flag-bearer of the New Patriotic Party(NPP), now current President Nana Akuffo Addo had promised Ghanaians a financial stability economy but has failed to deliver such promises.

However, some concern citizens have started asking the government to fix the country. The hashtag #FixTheCountry has been trending on social media signaling the government to handle the weak economy.

The Ministry of Finance also revealed that Ghana current debts stands at 76% which is estimated at GH¢291 billion.

The World Bank President David Malpass is asking Ghana to reduce its non-concessional borrowing because of its impact on future generations.

According to him, “holding down the non-concessional debt means higher interest rate debt because that burdens the further generations.”

Watch Mahama quoting Addo Addo’s promises