Poor show Frustrated Ghanaian speaks on Mahama's performance

The fast depreciation of the cedi is gradually hurting local businesses

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More trouble looms for government as various industries and associations complain about the government's poor handling of the economy.

The fast depreciation of the cedi is gradually hurting local businesses.

With effect from Friday, August 21, 2015, Ghanaians are expected to start paying the new television licensing fees but a man who spoke to Pulse.com.gh angrily poured his frustrations at government's poor performance.

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