The Out-spoken Ghanaian journalist, Kevin Ekow Taylor has sent a strong message to the traders at the Kejetia market who have shut down their businesses over high electricity tariffs. According to him; whether these traders like it or not, they will pay the electricity bills.
Kevin Taylor made this made statement on his ‘With All Due Respect’ program on Loud Silence television when he was reacting to the reports that, some kejetia market traders have shut down their businesses due to high electricity bills.
“Kejetia market traders; whether you like it or not, you will pay the bills. Are you expecting me to come and pay the tariffs for you or what?
You will pay the electricity bills, water bills, covid-19 levy, road levy, and sanitation levy. The government will collect all this money from you and then use it to construct the Cathedral.
You can decide not to go to the market again, nobody cares about that but whether you return to the market or not, you will still pay the electricity bills.
You will not get any sympathy from us because everybody is carrying their load. We will all suffer under this government but some people will suffer more than others.” – he said
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