Governor of the bank of Ghana, Dr. Addison, has pledged his commitment to ensuring that Ghana’s economic fortunes are realized.
Speaking during his swearing in ceremony, the governor revealed that he resumes the position of governor in the wake of the pressing economic challenges facing the country.
“I am hoping that I will be able to contribute my best to position the Bank of Ghana to play that role that it is required to play, in terms of ensuring the stability of the macroeconomic and financial environment.
The issue of stability is of great concern to Ghanaians – stability, not only in the exchange rate, but stability in prices generally – as well as creating the low interest regime which will support your private sector vision of creating jobs, ensuring high growth and reducing poverty,” he said.
resignation of Nashiru Issahaku. In an interview with Joy FM, the former governor of the bank of Ghana revealed that Nashiru may have resigned out of political pressures from government especially when he was appointed in the erstwhile Mahama administration.