July 24, 2024

The Director of Communications of the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) Richard Ahiagbah has commended the Economic Management Team for the growth in the country’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP).

He said the 4.7 per cent year-on-year recorded in the first quarter 2024 compared to the 3.8 per cent recorded in 2023 indicates that Ghana’s economy is on a steady rebound.

According to the Ghana Statistical Service (GSS), Ghana’s economy grew by 4.7 per cent in the first quarter of this year, compared to the 3.8 per cent recorded in the same period last year,

Reacting to this, Richard Ahiagbah the significant growth in GDP shows that Ghana is striving to improve the standard of living for its citizens.

“The economy is on a steady rebound. The first quarter of 2024 saw an impressive 4.7% GDP growth, outpacing the 4.2% growth in 2023. Ghana, like all nations, is striving to enhance conditions for its citizens.” He said.

Ahiagbah also commended the Minister of Finance and the member of Parliament for Karaga Constituency, Dr. Mohammed Amin Adam for good job done in his shortest period as a Minister.

The NPP communicator called on Ghanaians to embrace the vision and solution of the Vice President and the flagbearer of the NPP, Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia to transform the country.

“Now, we are reclaiming our momentum and have the potential to surpass the 7% average growth in 2017, 2018, and 2019. Let’s embrace the solution-led optimism of Dr. Bawumia and reject the baseless pessimism of the others. Kudos to the Finance Minister, Dr. Amin Adam” He added.

According to him, Ghanaians should ignore the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) because they are just trying to distort the economic record of this government to undermine its remarkable achievements and make the government unpopular.

He reiterated that the economic challenge is a global pandemic caused by COVID-19 and the Russia-Ukraine War.

“The NDC campaign is to distort the economic record of this government to undermine its remarkable achievements by focusing solely on the present economic challenges. However, Ghanaians recognize that it was the disruptions caused by COVID-19 and the Russia-Ukraine War that impacted the unprecedented 7% average GDP growth in our first term.” He added.

Source: Elvisanokyenews.com

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