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#OccupyBoG: Toyota Vitz up from GH¢35,000 in 2022 to GH¢85,000 in 2023 – Protestors cry



The protestors are wielding placards to depict the current state of affairs in the economy.

Ghana’s economy was plunged into a dire crisis in 2021 and was further exacerbated by various reasons in 2022.

According to the Minority, this was caused by the mismanagement of the economic management committee.

The minority decided to embark on the call for the resignation of the BoG Governor when the bank posted losses of GH¢60.8 billion in 2022.

They claim the Governor must be blamed for it.

Some of the placards have the following inscriptions:

Toyota Vitz: Last year – 35, 000
This year – 85,000

-Drivers are suffering

-Stop lying Bawumia; We don’t need electric cars

-Cecilia Dapaah: Return the borla money else we will curse you

-Electronics engine Last year – 12,000
This year – 30,000

-Sprinter bus; Last year 90,000
This year: 220,000




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