The 2024 budget came at a time the economy is facing serious fiscal and macroeconomic difficulties leading to inequality and poverty among majority of Ghanaians, especially rural folk. While there was high expectation of the IMF programme to perform magic in transforming the economy and with the agricultural sector being important and bedrock of the Ghanaian economy, PFAG expects more committed investment in areas like irrigation development, mechanization, feeder roads, warehousing and research and development in the 2024 budget. However, PFAG’s analysis of the 2024 budget indicate massive underspending, lack of transparency and the less prioritization of agricultural transformation to lead to economic development. To read more, please click here……..



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