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Hon. Seth Ankrah Challenges Bawumia’s Economic Assessment Amid Cedi Depreciation Comparison against John Mahama’s regime **


In a robust exchange of viewpoints on Ghana’s economic landscape, Hon. Seth Ankrah has issued a pointed critique of Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia’s comparison of cedi depreciation trends between the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC) regimes. Ankrah’s remarks come as a sharp rebuke to Bawumia’s recent assertions and have reignited debates over economic stewardship in the country.

During a public address, Bawumia asserted that the cedi’s depreciation under the NPP administration had been more moderate compared to its performance during the NDC’s tenure. However, Ankrah wasted no time in challenging Bawumia’s economic acumen, suggesting that the Vice President lacked a fundamental understanding of economic principles.

Ankrah’s criticism was unambiguous: “Bawumia’s attempt to compare cedi depreciation under the NPP and NDC administrations shows his incompetence in economics. It’s as if he needs to go back to school and learn from an economic lecturer because his analysis lacks credibility and depth.”

The exchange between Ankrah and Bawumia underscores the broader discourse surrounding economic policy and performance in Ghana. While government officials defend Bawumia’s assertions, emphasizing the administration’s commitment to implementing sound fiscal policies, opposition figures like Ankrah question the validity of such claims.

As Ghana navigates economic challenges, including currency depreciation and inflationary pressures, the clash between Ankrah and Bawumia reflects the divergent perspectives shaping public discourse. In the coming days, discussions over economic management and policy effectiveness are expected to remain at the forefront of national dialogue, as citizens scrutinize the government’s strategies for sustainable economic growth and stability.

story filed by: Nana kwaku Duah


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