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Focus on resolving economic challenges in Ghana and stay out of Russia-Ukraine conflict – Akufo Addo warned

Former Forestry Commission Monitoring Unit Head Charles Owusu has urged Ghana to keep out of Russia’s current onslaught on Ukraine.

Russia has “launched an all-out war on Ukraine, assaulting by land and air from the south, east, and north,” according to Dailymail.com.

“Missiles and bombs poured from the skies, tanks moved over the border, soldiers parachuted into eastern districts, and explosions were heard throughout the nation,” they said.

Hundreds of Ukrainian soldiers were reportedly slain.

The war between Russia and Ukraine is entrenched in geopolitics, with Russia, led by President Vladimir Putin, opposing Ukraine’s accession to NATO.

Ghana, according to Charles Owusu, cannot have a significant impact on the ongoing conflict, which many fear may lead to a third world war.

He believes that the government should effectively manage the country in order to assist Ghanaians.

He is concerned about the impact of Russia’s activities on the world economy, particularly on Ghana, but believes the country will survive if the government takes the necessary steps.

He advised President Akufo-Addo and his government to overlook the Russia-Ukraine impasse in order to address Ghanaians’ economic problems and the worries of Ghanaian students in Ukraine.

“Ghana can do nothing about Ukraine.” Ghana has no choice. “We can argue and discuss it, but we can’t have any influence,” he said on Peace FM’s main show “Kokrokoo.”

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