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I am the new IMF Ghana needs – Nana Kwame Bediako

The founder and leader of the New Force, Nana Kwame Bediako, famously known as Cheddar, has communicated his disappointment in how the Ghanaian economy has been overseen throughout the long term.

As indicated by him, Ghana wouldn't require any unfamiliar guide to make due in the event that the country's normal assets had been proficiently made due. "In spite of the fact that I made a portion of 1,000,000 external Ghana, all the industrialisation and undertakings I have in my domain came from the assets I prepared in this country," Cheddar said in a meeting with Kwadwo Jantuah on Nhyira FM's 'Kuro Yi Mu Nsem'.

He further made sense of that his abundance was made through difficult work, in spite of the crook label put on him by certain people. "I don't fault the people who think I made my abundance from drugs and different indecencies. It is common in our part of the world that people believe you cannot make it through hard work without politics and drugs.

For this reason we really want a difference as a top priority and comprehend that the Person of color is likewise skilled. I know with time individuals will see who genuinely I'm," he said.

Cheddar outlined his arrangements to work on the day to day environments of Ghanaians and assist with resurrecting the economy.

The free official hopeful accepts he will actually want to prepare the required income for the economy, where the idea of going to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for bailouts will be a relic of times gone by. "I'm the new IMF for Ghana on the off chance that I can track down an answer for Ghana to acquire $10 billion to $30 billion in the span of 4 years," he said.

The Akufo-Addo administration has been condemned for having the biggest size of government in the fourth republic, which numerous Ghanaians feel is a misuse of citizen's cash. On the quantity of clergymen he will choose when chosen as president, the head of the New Power thinks under twenty pastors are sufficient to deal with this country.

When tested about his position on the LGBTQ+ contention, Cheddar asked that the conversation in the media space stops since it makes the subject more well known and draws the consideration of the young and kids to it. "I was raised in Ghana, and I don't know anything about LGBTQI+.

I think we were not instructed that, and we should be wary about how we are making it famous through different mediums," he noted. On the require the revision or complete update of the 1992 constitution, Cheddar accepts the time has come to roll out the essential improvements to guarantee great administration. "I figure the constitution of Ghana ought to be audited gradually.

Assuming that you attempt to change something with drive, it very well may be broken," he said. Cheddar approached Ghanaians, particularly the adolescent, to emerge and uphold the New Power, which he accepts is the main expect the country.


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