A financial analyst and Chief Operations Officer at the Dalex Finance, Mr. Joe Jackson, has expressed dissatisfaction regarding the responses of the Finance Minister Mr. Ken Ofori Atta on the call to fix the local economy.
Mr. Jackson described the list of achievements outlined by the Finance Minister at a press conference on Sunday, May 9 as ‘dodgy’ accomplishments that do not “address the growing income inequality or the joblessness.”
In a tweet, he said “The responses from the government are extremely tone deaf. The list of ‘dodgy’ accomplishments does not address the growing income inequality or joblessness. I am in black.”
The responses from the government are extremely tone deaf. The list of 'dodgy' accomplishments does not address the growing income inequality or the joblessness.
I am in black. #FixMotherGhana#WeAreAngry#FixingTheCountryGhana#FixTheCountry pic.twitter.com/y3bocBePPc
— Joe Jackson (@Joe_Jackson_GH) May 9, 2021
Mr. Ofori Atta had said at the press conference in reaction to the #Fixthe economy movement that “I acknowledge that these are challenging times for many of us, and we, like almost all the countries in the world, are living through rough weather.
A time that has put a burden on the necessities of lives and livelihoods never like before in recent history. Unfortunately, these external shocks have heightened Ghana’s perennial problems, which we are committed to addressing.
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