President Mahama has cast out fears that Ghana's currency is performing poorly assuring voters that Ghana's cedi is among the best in Africa.
Launch the Atiwa East and West NDC campaign at Ayinam in the Eastern Region, President Mahama said his track-record in managing the economy clearly shows he is a better option for Ghanaians in this election.
He called on the electorates not to buy into what he called, negative propaganda by his political opponents who prefer to preach doom about the economy.
The good news by Mahama follows a firm warning by the World Bank that Ghana could plunge in a post-election recession if government fails to check its spending. The country is currently suffering a 3-digit inflation rise in 2016 with September's inflation hitting 17.2 percent.
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