A new data by the Ghana Statistical Service reveals that Ghana saw a slight drop in inflation in May.
The month saw an increase to 42.2% from the 41.2% in April.
According to the GSS, non-food category indicators are fundamentally responsible for the rise.
This was revealed by a Government Statistician, Professor Samuel Kobina Annim in an announcement made in Kumasi, in the Ashanti region.
Meanwhile, as the country has successfully secured an International Monetary Fund (IMF) programme, government is seeking to accelerate efforts in strengthening the Cedi and embark on various policy driven initiatives to mitigate the harsh economic challenges facing the country.