Gabby Okyere Darko, a leading member of the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and known in the political cycles as the “Prime Minister” has revealed that the passage of the E-levy has done very little since its inception.
Mr. Gabby claimed that the levies accumulated so far is pegged at only 10 percent.
This revelations seemed to be shocking many Ghanaians as they (New Patriotic Party) hailed the e-levy to be the saviour of Ghana’s woes.
Mr.Gabby Okyere Darko had social media ranting when he mentioned that, “After 5 months of stalemate and bashing, the e-levy after implementation, is delivering only 10% of estimated revenues; our revenue remains very low as compared to the rest of the world; debt levels dangerously high, like current currencies, cedi, struggling against the US dollar”. He intimidated.
These and many more revelations have made scores of Ghanaians doubting the credibility of the NPP led government.
Below are the rants of social media users concerning Mr. Gabby’s comments.
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