Except for people in the North East Region, the home region of Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia, Vice President and the New Patriotic Party 2024 flag bearer, Ghana’s economy is not friendly at all.
According to a study conducted by Global Info Analytics, the majority of Ghanaians in all 16 regions think that the country is heading in the wrong direction under the Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo government.
In the North East Region, 49% of Ghanaians say Ghana is heading in the wrong direction, 59% in the Savanah Region, 53% in the Upper East Region, and 63% in the Upper West R
“The situation appears to be getting worse in all the regions except in the North East Region, where those who believed Ghana is headed in the wrong direction declined by 44%. Bono East, Upper West, and Western North also recorded a decline of circa 4%.
“However, the situation in Bono, Northern, and Western region appears to be getting worse as October 2023 saw a huge jump in the proportion of voters who believe Ghana is headed in the wrong direction increased by 46%, 17%, and 22% respectively,” part of a post shared by Global Infor Analytics on X reads.
The study showed that in the Ahafo Region, 62% of Ghanaians say that the country is heading in the wrong direction under Akufo-Addo; 63% in the Ashanti Region; 85% in the Bono Region, 75% in the Bono East Region, 67% in the Central Region and 65% in the Eastern Region.
In the Greater Accra Region, 74% of Ghanaians say Ghana is heading in the wrong direction; 87% in the Northern Region, 67% in the Oti Region, 92% in the Volta Region, and 75% in the West Region.
In the northern parts of Ghana, even though the majority of Ghanaians in the remaining four regions agree that the country is heading in the wrong direction, the percentages are lower, particularly in the North East Region.
Source: Kapital Online Team//2023
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