Let's not have a population explosion.

 Let's not have a population explosion. 

It is up to each couple to decide how many children they should have. To put it another way, it is a fundamental human right for everyone to be able to choose whether or not to have children. Without considering how they will care for those children, some people have a strong desire to have as many children as possible. Others, unsure about the future, choose to have a particular number of kids.

However, the reality is that we live in a challenging world, and having a large number of children that the family is unable to care for makes matters even more difficult. Due to their inability to care for the number of children they have, many families today face an increasing financial strain. Compounding matters are a shrinking job market and an economy that is not expanding at the same rate as the population. This is a significant obstacle that, if not addressed, could have devastating effects on the nation.

Some nations around the world have devised effective birth control measures in response to rapid population growth. China, for instance, has a policy of one child; in India, the state offers recently married couples cash awards to hang tight for a long time before they have their most memorable kid, while, in different pieces of that nation, having multiple youngsters precludes one from serving in a position of authority.

We can decide whether or not to enact birth control laws as a nation. We can't ignore the country's growing population if we do that. Ghana's populace was assessed at 28.2 million in 2016, and against the foundation that typical populace development somewhere in the range of 2004 and 2016 was around 2.5 percent, the circumstance doesn't look great for us as we battle to beat monetary difficulties and neediness.

The National Population Council (NPC), as reported in the Daily Graphic on September 7, 2017, is advocating for fewer children per couple. The council believes that the abnormal population and fertility growth should be controlled by strictly enforcing the National Population Policy.

Luckily, the 1992 Constitution gives support to the state to keep a populace strategy that is predictable with the yearnings and improvement needs of the country. This indicates that the state has the appropriate legal framework to enact laws that can limit population growth. The Daily Graphic believes that the NPC's action is appropriate. While population growth reaches explosive levels, we cannot lie down and shut our eyes. We must act decisively to keep our population at levels that our economy can support because the resources to care for a large population are not ready.

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