The Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, has made a clarion name on the citizenry to help authorities in growing the nation to a stage that will likely be conducive for all.
At a press briefing Sunday, he acknowledged that though electorates have elected folks in energy to do particular jobs, nothing will likely be achieved if they aren’t supported.
Thus, in his view, for Ghana to work, one and all should contribute their quota.
Citing Nehemiah 2:18, the Finance Minister advised campaigners of the #RepairTheNation that, “Let us #FixThisTogether and save lives for our country.”
“You elected us and we will work with you to fix Ghana,” he added.
For per week now, timelines on Twitter, Facebook and different social media platforms have been flooded with photos and movies of aggrieved Ghanaians youth articulating their plight and the necessity for improved administration programs by successive governments.
The customers have amplified sentiments akin to rising youth unemployment, inefficient well being programs, the skyrocketing price of hire, poor street networks, amongst others, which they are saying are hurting their way of life.
They have, subsequently, resorted to a digital protest to name on authorities to #RepairTheNation.
Responding to their request, Mr Ofori-Atta has assured the protesters of presidency’s dedication to heed to their calls for.
The Finance Minister who was talking on the subject, ‘Rebuilding the Ghana’s Economy’ indicated that processes are nonetheless being applied to offer all Ghanaians with a passable way of life.
“The President asked us to be a citizen and not a spectator, you have elected us to solve the problem that faces this country, we will continue to work with you and other stakeholders to do just that.
“We acknowledge that as a nation we need to do more to ensure decent incomes to all Ghanaians,” he mentioned.