Ministries, Departments, and Agencies will attract a mass of government funds while infrastructure development will receive a smaller fraction in the 2018 budget which the Finance Minister will put out in a few hours.
It’s likely that government will spend almost 61 Billion Ghana Cedis to keep the economy afloat in the next financial year. Next year’s budget has also been structured to fill the gaps which were left by the 2017 budget.
For example, the failed promise of allocating a million Dollars per Constituency is calculated to be redeemed this year. It appears Mobile Money Services will be spared any taxes apparently in response to the caution issued by the Minority.
But the President, Nana Akufo- Addo has assured that electricity tariffs will be reviewed downwards in the 2018 budget to bring some relief to citizens.
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