Akufo-Addo tells Ghanaians, "Let's count our blessings in these difficult times."

 President Akufo-Addo is encouraging Ghanaians to track down an upside in the continuous haze of monetary difficulty.

He claims that, based on what was going on elsewhere, the crisis could have had even more dire repercussions.

In the midst of intensifying hardship, a rising cost of living, and a depreciating cedi, Ghana is currently pleading for a bailout from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

He believes that other nations in a similar predicament have experienced persistent shortages and winding fuel station lines.

"Maybe we ought to also count our blessings and the ways in which we are coping with the challenges together. The images have all been seen worldwide. There have been no fuel lines in Ghana. We have not endured deficiencies in food and fundamental things or the disaster of dumsor," he said on Monday.

These remarks were made by him at the Adaklu, Volta Region, celebration of the 66th Independence Day.

President Akufo-Addo also conveyed to the audience his administration's determination to resolve the issue.

He continued, "We are working hard to resolve them."

In its bid for a $3 billion bailout, Ghana currently has a staff-level agreement with the International Monetary Fund.

On March 6, 1957, Ghana was granted independence from the British colonial authorities.

There were numerous struggles on the way to emancipation, and numerous nationals gave their lives for the cause.

As a result, on March 6 of each year, Ghanaians celebrate the country's independence and evaluate its progress.

This year's celebration will focus on "Our Unity, Our Strength, Our Purpose."

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