Ghana’s governor rejects opposition calls to resign

Addison says central bank only used monetary financing to respond to crisis

Ernest Addison
Ernest Addison
Steven Adusei

The Bank of Ghana’s governor has told Central Banking he rejects demands on him to resign made by the country’s main opposition party.

The largest opposition party, the National Democratic Congress, and smaller groups took part in a march on the central bank’s headquarters on October 3. But Ernest Addison says “the demonstration yesterday was completely unnecessary”, and neither he nor his deputies intend to step down.

“The minority in parliament have many channels to channel their grievances

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