President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo Tuesday said Ghana’s public finance was now in order. He said the period when the country’s economic indicators “went haywire and through the roof is over.”
“The days of disarray in our public finances, the reason for our recent marriage with the IMF, are over,” the President said when he commissioned three new State-of-the-art production plants for Unilever Ghana Limited at Tema, near Accra.
The three facilities, a biomass boiler, a personal care dryer, and an oral care factory, all situated in the Unilever factory complex in the Tema Industrial area, would guarantee the quality of Unilever products and enable it to contribute to an eco-friendly environment. The President said Government was determined to “provide stability to our economy to serve as the foundation for its sustainable and rapid growth.”