President Nana Akufo-Addo leader of the current Government of Ghana has promised that there’ll be massive change for the better during his tenure of office.
However, rapper Edem born Dennis Denning Hotor has said that he can’t feel the positive change in his pocket — that’s to mean things are difficult for him.
“I am not impressed with how things are happening in my pocket. I want to feel something in my pocket because I am not really feeling it”, he told Lexis Bill when asked if he has any word for the President and his Economic Management Team.
The VRMG Boss went on to suggest to the government to create an atmosphere where young people can do their own business to make ends meet.
“One thing I like to say is that they should create an atmosphere for young people who want to do business to be encouraged…I think that for me is key. Like for example, the process that someone who does not know people to register business is tedious and he might want to give up”, he said.
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The musician also noted that finding money for business startups is very difficult under the current dispensation adding “they should create an environment where these young people will be interested in creating their own jobs”
Asked to rate the performance of the government two years in office, he bemoaned the increasing process of goods and services saying it has a toll on Ghanaians.