The Ghanaian currency, Cedis, has come under scrutiny over its abysmal performance among other sub-Sahara regional currencies and the world at large.
The effects of this are evident in the everyday lives of Ghanaians as prices of essential commodities surge unexpectedly and daily.
Ghanaian Gospel Singer and VGMA Award winner Celestine Donkor has added her voice to the numerous sentiments that have been shared over the downward skidding of the cedi’s value.
In a Facebook post, the singer asked a question that in best regard is directed to policymakers to have a different look at Ghana’s import schemes in such perilous times.
She promoted the adaptation to our locally produced foods that imported ones that in a long run increase the debt stock of the nation.
A different look at our food consumption routine by Ghanaians can help us tighten our belts in such times as we plan to emerge from this economic downturn.