The vice president of the republic Alhaji Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia has said that, the country’s economy will bounce back for the better because he trust in God and what they are doing as government.
The Veep thus entreats all and sundry to keep believing God for the storm will be over very soon. He said this words when he paid a courtesy visit to the church of Pentecost at Dr. Thomas Wyatt Temple.
The Vice President, Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia is trusting God to turn the country’s fortunes around.
He however, recognised the challenges we are facing as a country but was quick to add that God is still going to see us through.
“As a government, we do recognize the difficulties we are experiencing in the country but with renewed strength and hope in the word of God, we are forever confident that, we will ride this storm and turn things around in the glory of God. We have been working while at the same time, trusting in God. We just don’t trust in God and fold our arms, we have to work.”
The country in recent times has been experiencing hard time with cost of living being high couple with inflation galloping resulting in high prices for general goods and services.
The cedi depreciated at a record high rate with prices for petroleum products skyrocketing which has brought general hardships to the ordinary citizen.
But the vice president is seeking the face of God to address the current economic challenges
President Akuffo Addo
Similar assurance that Ghana’s economy will rebound in 2023 has also been offered by President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo due to several encouraging developments.
According to the President, the country would recover in the coming year if economic management remains prudent.
“Over the last three years, we have been confronted with our own captivity in Babylon moments. We had to ride turbulent storms and we were faced with the unknown,” President Akufo-Addo said.
“I am happy that in spite of it all, we are beginning to emerge out of the difficulties which encourages me to say that with hard work, dedication and continued prudence in the management of the affairs of our nation, we will rise up again,” the President stated.