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THIS Blames Pace Associated with Devt On Politics Monetisation

 


The Almost all People’s Congress (APC) has blamed the pace of socio-economic development on the monetisation of national politics in the country. It alleged that the monetisation of politics had always been an problem for discussion, especially because after the elections members of the winning celebration who result in government, had to discover a way of reimbursing their benefactors. “While some have blamed the phenomenon on the requirements by the electorates during polls, others think politics parties should follow different strategies to generate funds, ” the party mentioned.

Hassan Ayariga, creator and leader of APC, noted that leaders of the country must prioritise investing into the economy rather than pursuing their personal agenda due to large amount of money spent on strategy to win the elections which can bring about wastage in the system so our leaders need to be useful and pragmatic. “I think we save money money advertising to be chief executive than investing in changing our economic climate of our country since there is so much wastage and this is the reason why we need to get functional and pragmatic commanders that can convert the economy andnot political platform commanders pursuing their personal agenda after earning the elections, ” he decried.

Mister Ayariga cited shield, food, health, training, infrastructure as the basic necessities of life leadership need to manage to overcome problems and challenges after sixty five years and lamented over deplorable highway network across the country, adding that Ghana was at present bankrupt due to mismanagement of the economy. He discussed that the limit of the economic system and its particular attendant credit card debt crisis must be a concern of interest to policy creators because he acquired done better for himself than the leaders had achieved for the country after 65 years of independence.

Relating to him, having been not even 50 years old but had achieved better than the nation had and attributed the case to excessive borrowing to the extent where she could no longer borrow again hence the demoting to C which meant she wasn't able to pay debts.

Mister Ayariga insisted that the country was not broke but bankrupt and worthless to the magnitude that finance institutions were no longer inclined to lend the woman money and further alleged the country had been subject for the next generation, ” MrAyarigaqueried.

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