Its Here Again; Bawumia To Speak On State Of Economy Next Week

Vice Presidential Candidate of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) Dr Mohammadu Bawumia is set to speak on the State of the Ghanaian Economy next week Thursday, September 8.

This was revealed on the official Facebook and Twitter accounts of the former Deputy Governor of the Bank of Ghana.

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The Lecture by Bawumia will centre on the topic – “The State of the Ghanaian Economy : A foundation of Concrete or of Straw”.

The Lecture will be chaired by former President John Agyekum Kufuor. The event is billed to take place at the Accra International Conference Centre.

Dr Bawumia's Lecture

Dr. Bawumia has been known for his series of lectures, which constantly centre on pertinent issues regarding the country’s economy.

The NPP Veep hopeful, has always argued that the key sectors of the economy are contracting and stagnating, which explains why the economy is not growing.

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It can be recalled that in 2012, Bawumia gave a lecture on the state of the country’s economy then, predicting a huge wreck should there be no game-changing strategies applied in the system.

Bawumia has also made another prediction which came to pass; that of the fall of the cedi and a huge debt burden.

Dr. Bawumia has argued several times that the economy is in shambles, as a result of the mismanagement and incompetence of the NDC.

The outspoken running mate of NPP’s flagbearer Nana Addo; said this with reference to the sky-rocketed tariff rates, poverty and joblessness, as well as the depreciating currency which has also led to the shut down of many businesses, in the country.

He has promised Ghanaians that his party will indeed bring change into the system which will be reflected in the country’s economy.

The lecture will start at 4.00 pm on the scheduled date, September 8. All have been invited to the lecture to listen, as Bawumia speaks once again on what will be done to change Ghana’s economy.