D-Black, a prominent figure known for his entrepreneurial ventures and musical prowess, has sounded the alarm regarding the dire state of the nation’s economy.

“This is the lowest I’ve ever seen the state of our country’s economy,” the entrepreneur lamented, highlighting the severe challenges facing both the populace and businesses alike.

According to D-Black, the youth are particularly hard hit by the current economic downturn, with scarce employment opportunities exacerbating the already grim situation.

“Entrepreneurs are going through tough times,” D-Black emphasized, shedding light on the struggles faced by business owners amidst the economic turmoil.

Moreover, he underscored the relentless escalation of prices for goods and services, coupled with the alarming depreciation of the national currency, the Cedi, as major contributors to the prevailing economic woes.

“The costs of goods and services keep rising. The Cedi keeps depreciating at an alarming rate,” D-Black remarked, drawing attention to the relentless erosion of purchasing power experienced by ordinary citizens.

In closing, D-Black echoed the widespread discontent pervading the populace, noting, “So much isn’t going well. The people are complaining.”

As the nation grapples with these pressing economic challenges, D-Black’s poignant remarks serve as a sobering reminder of the urgent need for concerted efforts to address the root causes of the crisis and chart a path toward sustainable recovery.

Kasapafmonline.com/Emmanuel Mensah