It’s time Ghana gains its economic independence as a socialist nation

“It’s time Ghana gains its economic independence as a socialist nation “


By Nana kweku ofori Atta

Security consultant


African Civilization Was gotten through colonialism.


Africans with our leaders have imprisoned our conscience with Religion, that has been the major headache of Africans development.


Religion Rule in Africa.


Ghana as a nation is economically manipulated under serious dictatorship conditionalities due to its weak economic system.


Does ghana have a self owned economy as a nation Which its affairs are run by the state internally without aide?


I am of the believe that Ghana as a nation runs a cooperative management economy as a nation due to its dependency on IMF and other financial institutions


It’s sad to see a nation blessed with all natural resources run into bankruptcy. Making government business very difficult with its huge expenditure crisis.


I am of the view that Ghana as a socialist state has become managers of a dictatorship Economy.



Until we gain economic freedom as a nation, we can’t boast of economic independence.


I believe Ghana has come of age to be able to manage its resources adequately through proper revenue mobilization and expenditure system to restructure its debt payment plan internally but not always looking external to compel more debt to put the nation into historic debt from transition to tradition by every government.


It’s time to be bold as a nation to say no to certain foreign opportunities offered to the nation with a trap interest which puts the nation into tight conditions,which affects its citizens and the entire nation at large .


Story by Nana kweku Ofori Atta

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