Houses they’ve sold, monies they’ve spent, now that he has won power, what do you want him to do?” she quizzed in Twi. Ghana’s economy is currently facing various economic hardships as prices of goods and services keep increasing by the day. Also speaking on Ghana’s politics, Imoro Ayarna stated that it has become more competitive than development driven as it was in the days of Kwame Nkrumah. In those days, you made money before you went into politics; you didn't go into politics to make money. My dad was in politics, but he left politics to go and make money, and he came back," she added.
Source: GhanaWeb June 11, 2022 17:33 UTC