The MP for Builsa South, Dr. Clement Abas Apaak, stands up to the Upper East Regional Minister’s understanding of a 24-hour economy.
Minister Stephen Yakubu was not pleased that the 24-hour economy would disrupt lives of people, particularly intimacies between spouses.
Yakubu’s opposition stems from the belief that activities like farming at night would interfere with people’s time and their ability to “sleep with their wives.” Find out about Yakubu’s statements here.
This viewpoint contradicts John Mahama’s proposal for a 24-hour economy to revitalize Ghana’s economy, according to Apaak.
Former President Mahama’s idea has called various opinions, with Vice President Dr. Bawumia also noting that sectors already operate round the clock. Yakubu reiterated his worry at the Sekoti Tenglebgre festival.
Dr. Apaak, in a social media post, probed the logic behind Yakubu’s stance. He said that a 24-hour economy doesn’t actually impede conjugal duties. He cited examples from war zones where couples manage in difficult times.
Apaak was dissatisfied with the NPP’s performance. He stated that the party, led by Dr. Bawumia, presented little to Ghanaians. He wondered if they stand a chance in the upcoming elections given the hardships citizens have endured under their leadership.
This exchange projects the ongoing debate on the implications of a 24-hour economy in Ghana.
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