- The Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram says the worsening economic conditions in the country make it impossible for Ghanaians to have a good night's sleep
- According to him, the current economic crisis serves as an alarm for Ghanaians as it keeps interrupting one's sleep
- Sam George also added that no normal Ghanaian won't wake up at 3 am each day to scream 'eiiiii'
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You're sick if you don't wake up at 3 am each dawn to scream 'eiiiii.' That's the reaction of Ningo-Prampram MP Samuel Nartey George to the current economic crisis.
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According to him, every normal Ghanaian cannot have a good night's sleep without interruptions.
Current Economic Hardships Serve As An Alarm Clock For Ghanaians - Sam George
He adds that the general hardships in the economy serve as an alarm clock at 3 am each dawn.
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Speaking on Accra-based Metro TV, the vociferous MP said it is now abnormal for any Ghanaian living in Ghana not to wake up each dawn to scream 'eiiiii'.
"..If you go to bed at maybe 10:00 pm and you can sleep till 6:00 am in this country then you have sleeping sickness. Because I tell you, everybody who is normal by 3:00 am you will wake up and shout 'eiiiiiiii' because you have to wake up and shout. Because even in your sleep, your sleep is afraid of sleep".
Plight Of Ordinary Ghanaian Has Been Exarcebated By Hike In Transport Fares And Increment In Sachet Water
The comments of Sam George follow the rapid depreciation of the cedi against the US dollar and major global trading currencies, hyperinflation, which has seen skyrocketing prices of goods and services and fuel hikes.
GUTA Predicts This Year’s Christmas Will Be Affected By Current Economic Hardships In Ghana
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that the Ghana Union of Traders Association (GUTA) predicted the current economic crisis would negatively impact this year’s Christmas festivities.
According to the President of GUTA, the current hardships have resulted in a lack of money in the system and will influence consumers' purchasing power and traders' routine business operations.
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