Through its Department for International Development (DFID) agency, Britain has supported Ghana’s budget. The good thing about this assistance is that there are no conditions, unlike the case with Ghana’s other development partners.
In February 2005, British government paid US79.9 million dollars of Ghana’s multilateral debt between 2005 and 2015.
Britain, undoubtedly, has been the champion for open markets inside and outside the European Union. It has promoted trade and investment in Ghana. For instance, in the year 2007, the UK as Ghana’s leading donor invested £250m in the country.
In fact, if any of the candidates should win and have a different view on Ghana other than what previous UK prime ministers have had with this country; it stands to reason that it will cause Ghana dearly
Who do you think they were rooting for?