Vice President Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia said that, unlike previous governments, the Akufo-Addo government has focused on making changes that will strengthen and improve the country’s economy.
Dr. Bawumia said that Ghana’s economy would be better off on July 14, 2022, because of the government’s digitization program.
Digital systems made for a wide range of industries and organizations have helped collect more taxes, made it easier to get services, and stopped corruption.
Since Ghana got its independence, each new government has focused on how to handle crises like falling commodity prices, rising oil prices, debt that can’t be paid back, political instability, instability in the economy as a whole, etc.
“Governments haven’t put much effort into making new economic systems and institutions,” Dr. Bawumia said. Systems that reduce bribery and corruption, improve the performance of government services, raise income at home, and make Ghanaians’ lives easier.”
Based on the fact that the Akufo Addo/Bawumia government has been able to build effective ways to speed up development, the Vice President said that Ghana is on a new path to economic growth and would come out of a program with the IMF stronger and more ready to take off.
“This Ghana isn’t like the others.” Fast-changing Ghana. The way the economy works is changing because of digitalization and other projects.