May 30, 2024

The opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) has extended new year wishes to Ghanaians.

Acknowledging the economic hardship under the administration of the New Patriotic Party (NPP), the NDC prayed that they hope 2024 being an election year, there should be a chance for a positive change.

“As we bid farewell to 2023, a year marked by economic hardships inflicted by the current NPP government, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) extends warm New Year wishes to the resilient people of Ghana. Acknowledging the difficulties faced under this current administration, we embrace the hope that 2024, being an election year, brings forth the chance for positive change” A New Year message signed by the General Secretary of the NDC, Fifi Fiavi Kwetey said.

The NDC said Ghanaians should trust them and give them another chance to manage the economy to bring relief to Ghanaians.

According to them, the party remains committed to serving the interests of all Ghanaians, working towards a future characterized by inclusivity, economic development, and social harmony.

“In the spirit of unity and shared aspirations for progress, let us recognize this upcoming election as an opportunity to shape a brighter future and address the challenges imposed by the present leadership. Despite the economic difficulties, the National Democratic Congress remains committed to serving the interests of all Ghanaians, working towards a future characterized by inclusivity, economic development, and social harmony.” part of the statement read.

“As we stand at the threshold of a crucial election year, may it inspre renewed hope, optimism, ad a collective vision in building the Ghana we want”

“Together let us navigate the path of change, building a nation that thrives on the principles of democracy, equality and justice” the statement added.

Meanwhile, Economist and Professor of Finance, Professor Godfred Alufar Bokpin believes some burdens on Ghanaians in terms of economic hardship will be turned around next year.

He understands there is good news for Ghanaians next year because businesses will grow to reduce financial challenges on Ghanaians due to the elections activities.

According to the Economist, politicians are going to spend money on goods and services to achieve their political aims which will eventually promote the economy to bring relief to the citizens.

“There’s some good news next year because it’s an election year; politicians are going to spend, including travels across all the regions, and that in itself, would inject some liquidity into the system, this means that patronization of some related businesses will be increased – car rentals and the hotel industry, and some Ghanaians whose lifestyles are indexed to political activities, this will be their harvest season,” he noted.

Source: Elvisanokyenews.com

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