The International Monetary Fund (IMF), has in a statement disclosed that it was ready to support Ghana should apply for any support.
The statement which was published on Twitter by IMF’s Ghana country representative, Dr. Touna Mama, IMF said Ghana’s current economic woes stem from its fiscal and debt situation.
“Right now, Ghana’s challenges stem from the fiscal and debt situation and less from the economic recovery,” it said.
“The Ghanaian authorities have not requested for a program with the IMF. As always, the IMF stands ready to support Ghana in any way deemed useful by the authorities,” it added.
The statement comes at a time a former MP and member of the ruling government Mark Assibey Yeboah has advised the government to go to the IMH since the E-Levy was not the best option to raise revenue.