Managing editor of the insight newspaper, Kwesi Pratt has bemoaned the hardships in the country under the leadership of President Akufo-Addo.
According to him one does not need to be a harvard graduate to feel the impact of torrid times in the country; adding that things will further worsen after the implementation of the new taxes.
“If you are Ghanaian and you are not worried about the economic situation in Ghana today and you are not looking at future presidential elections from this standpoint of how to rescue this nation, then I’m sorry for you. Because things are hard. Things are horrible,” he said on Pan African TV.
“No need to go to Harvard or University of Ghana Business School to understand the state of the national economy. All you need to do is to walk out of our gate here at Pan African TV, you see the woman selling food by the road, go there.
A year ago, a ball of kenkey was selling for GHC1 today that ball of kenkey is selling at GHC2 if you are lucky. Prices of iron rods I understand has gone up,” he said.