'Going To IMF Is Useless' - Kwesi Pratt

'Going To IMF Is Useless' - Kwesi Pratt

 The managing editor of the Insight News Paper, Kwesi Pratt, has blamed government for heading to the International Monetary Fund, IMF, against for financial bailouts describing the decision as "baseless, needless and useless" without any reasonable purpose. 

The veteran journalist, has taken his strongest aversion yet at the leadership of the country for mismanaging the finances of the country thinking that there is a redeemer else where to save its after causing economic mess for the citizens of the country where life has become like living in a hell of earth due to the austere state under which conditions of living standard for the people of Ghana are shaping up but always in the inappropriate manner with turbulent measures they have to adopt before surviving under the current unfriendly environment created by the government's inability to solving the quadratic economic woes that have plugged the status quo of Ghana's prevailing economy.

 The president of the republic of Ghana, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, had in the past two weeks earlier, given an executive order instructing the finance minister to go and negotiate with the International Monetary Fund in the attempt of government to seeking financial bailouts from the world's economic giant to undertake various selected projects it plans to initiate in the country wherefore, lacking financial capital to smoothly embark of such projects it earlier indicated by the government and its political commentators.

 It is clear enough to many the, this current administration is really incurring financial losses to the country due to its reckless manner in which the resources of the country are being used coupled with financial malfeasance and profligate insatiable spending without recourse to the stipulated measures under which the resources of the country must be spent prudently.

 It has even been confirmed that, the current decision to head to the IMF for financial bailouts, is the eighteenth times since Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo, took over the reigns of this state as a president and commander in-chief of the Ghana Armed Forces in Ghana. 

The government is hopeful that reasons for which they have gone to the IMF for financial supports, would be agreed upon between the International Monetary Fund and the government of Ghana where the minister of finance and economic planning is the main architect leading the government delegation in negotiating with the IMF officials so as to see if modalities involved in acquiring loans from their outfit would be favourable and conducive enough for government to cope with. But many people in the country are wondering how on earth, in just less than six years, the president could be in total support of loans acquisition from the offices of the International Monetary Fund despite numerous natural resources endowed the country Ghana with but because of the inappropriate manner in which the finances of the country are being spent, the nation is still on her knees begging and stretching her long arms for financial helps from the International community which is not blessed and showered with the large quantum of resources we are having in Ghana but as a result of how their adopt prudent and strict compliances in place, they are able to manage their finances wisely thereby, extending their wealthy hands to the financially incapacitated and handicapped nations with high interest rates unabated.

 The present president, has less than three years to end his tenure of office and the constitution of Ghana, bars him from further contesting for any national elections but the way he is approving financial bailouts from the IMF, Ghanaian people are struggling to understand how the money lent from the International Monetary Fund, would be defrayed because his duration of office is almost coming to an end and yet still, he is pleading with the international community to give the country assistances financially which will also come with high interest rates to be paid by the poor Ghanaian workers who are also agitating seriously and lamenting gravely concerning the deplorable state at which they are living in the country.
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