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This economy is the lowest I’ve ever seen – D-Black laments


Ghanaian musician and entrepreneur D-Black has expressed his dismay over the current economic situation in Ghana, describing it as the lowest he has ever witnessed.

D-Black, real name Desmond Blackmore, took to his X handle on May 30, 2024, to lament the lack of job opportunities for the youth, the struggles faced by entrepreneurs, and the soaring cost of goods and services as major concerns bothering the nation.

“This is the lowest I’ve ever seen the state of our country’s economy. No jobs for the youth. Entrepreneurs are going through it! Costs of goods and services keep rising. The Cedi keeps depreciating at an alarming rate. So much isn’t going well. The People are complaining,” he shared.

D-Black’s post joins the growing frustration among Ghanaians as they grapple with economic challenges.

The national currency, the Ghana Cedi, has been depreciating rapidly and is currently standing at 14.05 to the Dollar according to the Bank of Ghana.

Additionally, youth unemployment rate stands at approximately 32.8%, according to the United Nations.

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