- Pay your taxes and the country will be fixed
Some Ghanaian have been sharing their opinions on how expensive living in this country have become after the government increased taxes. This increament on taxes have lead to the hike on liguified petroleum gas (LPG) and call and data charges have also been increased.
This has made some Ghanaians take on twitter to express their frustration. This lead to the #fixthecountry campaign that have seen over 500 thousand tweets.
However Hopeson Adorye, the defeated NPP parliamentary aspirant made it clear to Ghanaians on a facebook post that we should continue to pay our taxes and the country will be fixed.
Below is his post on facebook to confirm this article.
However Mr. Hopeson Adorye was quick to delete his post after receiving backlash from some angry Ghanaians. He then posted another message on facebook explaining what he posted earlier. " people did not get my angel so I have to pull it down and rephrase it" Hopeson Adorye posted
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This news have been confirmed by pulsegh.com.
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