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NPP need E-sense To Deal With The Economy. - Agbana

Appointee National Youth Organizer of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Edem Agbana, has said Ghanaians won't acknowledge the E-levy in any structure or shape.

The proposition, he said, should be dropped completely.

"We need to let this uncouth government know that the great individuals of this nation are not prepared to acknowledge the E-levy in any structure or shape. I mentioned that the main rate that Ghanaians will acknowledge for the E-levy is the point at which it is diminished to 0.00 percent .

"Something besides that is unsuitable.

"The point should be made that what the Akufo-Addo government needs E-sense, the E alludes to financial matters so Economic sense . They obviously have shown they miss the mark on financial sense to deal with the economy," Agbana said in an interview on Friday February 11.

In the interim, the National Democratic Congress (NDC) has served notice the Electronic Transfer Levy will be rejected inside the initial 100 days of its administration assuming it is passed by the current organization.

General Secretary Johnson Asiedu Nketia told columnists in Accra on Thursday that this is a vow he is making in the interest of his party in the far-fetched circumstance the Eighth Parliament passes the bill.

The presentation of the bill in the 2022 spending plan explanation in November, 2021 has mixed discussion, on two or three events prompting warmed trades between the Majority and the Minority in Parliament.

On Monday, December 20, 2021, there were close fisticuffs in the chamber after the Finance Committee presented the movement on the e-demand bill under a testament of earnestness.

Talking toward the beginning of Thursday's Yentua Demo, intended to communicate dismay against the e-demand, Mr Asiedu Nketia demanded that his party, assuming it recovers power in 2025, won't stop at anything to annul the "disturbance" charge.

This equivalent feelings were communicated by Member of Parliament for Ningo-Prampram Constituency Sam Nartey George.

"Indeed, I am happy my General Secretary has said it. Individuals have been asking and you are hearing it today," he told Media General's Johnnie Hughes at Obra Spot, the merging mark of the Yentua Demo.

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