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Hon Eric Kwakye Darfour, the former MP for Nkawkaw, former Eastern regional minister has described President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo as a very bold, honest, confident and selfless leader who faces reality and handles issues confidently.
In a discussion with Oman fm, Hon Darfour described the country’s present economic situation which has resulted in seeking discussion and backing from IMF.
Hon Darfour said the step taken to go to IMF is a clear manifestation of a bold and honest leader that we have in the person of the leader of the country, President Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.
He went on to describe President Akufo-Addo as a man who faces reality and gives clear understanding to the people he is leading that there is no magic in governance and running a country irrespective of serious lies and propaganda that go all round corners of the country.
He said the President has dreams/visions and is therefore convinced that all things being equal, their actualization could propel the nation forward.
He said a leader must be bold and honest to inform his people that a path chosen could be changed if it becomes extremely necessary due to prevailing circumstances.
He said in the current global difficulties stemming from the double tragedy of covid and Putin’s war in Ukraine, he posits that it should not be fatal even if we have to suspend some of our ambitious programs.
Speaking on the number of IMF bailouts the country has undergone since 1966, Hon Darfour said President Akuffo Addo’s period stands as the longest period of time the nation has survived on her own economic strength and that calls for commendation for the President and his competent management team.
He said the condition which has caused Ghana to seek directives from IMF is not mismanagement as it was in the era of NDC administration but because of global pandemic and war which have brought the economy of all nation down to earth and that should is what has today taken about one hundred and ninety countries to seek support from IMF

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