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Ghana’s ruling party MPs protest the rejection of 2022 budget

– – Ghana’s ruling party lawmakers have expressed displeasure at what they call a one-sided rejection of the country’s 2022 Budget and Economic Policy. The Parliament voted against the 2022 Budget on Friday after the majority MPs staged a walkout. They had walked out of the chamber to protest the refusal of the opposition party’s General Secretary, Johnson Asiedu Nketia… Read More

How To Talk To Rwandan Rulers: First Flatter Them, And Then Hit Hard With Truth

By: Dr. David Himbara Managing Directors of IMF are supposed to be dull and boring economists obsessed with balancing countries’ books. Not Christine Lagarde. A former finance minister in France, she is a clever political operator. She proved this in her visit to Rwanda, the high mark of which was her speech in Rwandan parliament on January 27, 2015. Her… Read More

As Rwanda Piles Up Yet More Debt, Paul Kagame Is Still Not Telling Full Truth to Investors

By Bosco Mutarambirwa, MBA Due to understandable fear that his dictatorial regime is coming to an end, Paul Kagame is rapidly mortgaging the country to ensure that he’s not the only loser. He wants to force the people of Rwanda to support his ill-conceived plans, or else risk losing their lifetime savings in case the regime collapses. The highly publicized… Read More