Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta has said that as a nation, Ghana is being tested with the current economic challenges facing its people.
He said the country’s circumstances require a united and concerted response to the crisis.
“I implore our chiefs, elders and churches to take the mantle and speak a common language. Let us all work as one country to support labour negotiations, find a solution to the impasse in Parliament and rise above witch-hunting and entrapment,” he told the 8-member committee that was investigating the allegations made by the Minority against him, on Friday November 18.
He added that these are not ennobling and progressive for a society seeking transformation.
“Ghana is a resilient country. Ghana has faced economic challenges since independence. Ghana has always come through each of them stronger and better than before.
“God willing, we shall come out of these difficult times too. Ghana, will, and must rise again,” he said.