Take responsibility for economic crisis – Shamima Muslim tells government

A member of the National Democratic Congress’ communication team, Shamima Muslim has urged the government to acknowledge its failures and stop “gaslighting” citizens amidst the economic crisis.

During her submission on Metro TV’s Good Morning Ghana on Monday, July 8, Shamima emphasized that the government’s inactions have led to unprecedented economic challenges, including high unemployment and multidimensional poverty.

“We need to look within and deploy our existing human capital, like we did with Operation Feed Yourself,” she said, stressing the need for innovative solutions.

Shamima Muslim, who is also the Founder and Convener of the Alliance for Women in Media Africa, said the NDC’s focus is on addressing the needs of those who genuinely want to understand the situation, particularly the 24-hour economy proposal, which she believes can create jobs.

She accused the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) of being unwilling to listen and urged citizens to understand the vision behind the NDC’s proposals.

Ghana is facing economic hardship, with many struggling to access basic necessities.

The NDC has been critical of the government’s handling of the economy, calling for innovative solutions to address the mess.

By: Vanessa Edotom Boateng | Metrotvonline.com | Ghana

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