November 19, 2018
Former Deputy Minister of Finance, Mona Quatey has taken a swipe at the President Nana Akufo-Addo government for their claim that they are consolidating the economic gains made.

According to the former Deputy Finance Minister, the two years of the current government is eroding the gains made by the former President John Mahama’s administration and this need to be made clear to Ghanaians.

“We need to let the people of Ghana know what is going on this economy,  actually the economy  in a recession,  what is happening now and going to happen  is not going to be pleasant in terms of our cost of living cost of production”, she lamented.

She further emphasized that: “we going to see our economy go down let us make that clear to everyone, the gains being shown is the hard work that we the NDC has put in place.  If we are not careful it would all be eroded”. She made this remarks at a round-table discussion on Tuesday by the Minority in Parliament.

Mrs. Mona Quatey said she feels sad when she hears Information Minister Kojo Oppong say that, “President takes pride in the first few years of its government, we have achieved key economic success”, how so?

Before we left government we said, there is time to sow and a time to reap, therefore the NPP government is reaping what we had sown .

By: Kwaku Sakyi-Danso/