Nana, you and your team traveling to seek financial support is too much. You have the intellectuals in your team to fix Ghana from total collapse.
Most drivers who transport goods to our neighboring Ivory Cost now buy fuel from there. What is happening? Now a gallon of diesel is almost 60 cedis how and why? Commodities in Cote D’ Ivory do not increase like in Ghana, why can’t you learn from your friend?
You can fix Ghana by processing farming produce going waste. Provide proper irrigation and not dams that dry up in dry seasons.
Poor administration leads to the economic crisis we are experiencing.