The opposition People’s National Convention (PNC) has put forward some measures for the government to use in addressing the current economic hardship Ghanaians are facing.
In a press release today signed by its General Secretary, Janet Asana Nabla and copied to A1 News the PNC suggested the need for all to work together to find lasting solutions to the current economic mess.
The statement, among other things noted that, as prices of goods and service continues to increase rapidly because of high cost of petroleum price which is due to the free fall of the Ghanaian cedi. As such, the government should put in place short term measures by importing petroleum products into the country that will be cheap for Ghanaians to buy.
The release also noted the importance for the government to regulate the importation of rice and empower the buffer stock to buy from local rice producers and control rice price in the country.
The PNC eight points proposal, also called on Ghanaians to to remain resolute and be optimistic if getting out of the difficulty. Business owners in the country are also urged to desist from coursing fear and panic in the market.
Below is the full press release
Source:A1Radioonline.Com|101.1MHZ|David Azure |Bolgatanga|