Helen Adjoa Ntoso, the member of parliament for Krachi West has advised President Akufo-Addo to exercise caution in his attempt to solve the challenges facing the 'heavily indebted country', before he hits a wall.
While delivering his maiden State of the Nation Address on Tuesday, President Akufo-Addo stated that he was 'in a hurry' to fix the state of Ghana's economy, as the challenges currently facing the country required swift action.
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"I have heard it said that I am behaving like a man in a hurry. Mr. Speaker, I am, indeed, in a hurry, I am in a great hurry. The times, in which we live, demand that we, all, be in a hurry to deal with the problems we face," President Akufo-Addo said.
Remarking on the president's words, Helen Ntoso who is also the former Volta Regional Minister in the past Mahama administration urged the president to not make any hurried decisions.
Speaking on Onua FM, the MP said, "He [Nana Akufo-Addo] must take his time and study how things are done and take it one after the other. He should not rush. He should go slowly and should seek the guidance of God."
According to her, President Akufo-Addo has four years to solve the challenges facing Ghana's economy and as such, should not rush to fix all the problems else he would encounter more problems.
Nevertheless, she hoped that the President was determined to fix the economy, stating, "he should better do because Ghanaians will come after him if he fails."
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