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IEA Finally Sends ‘Brilliant’ Message To Akufo Addo On How To Revive The Economy Without E-levy

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The Institute of Economic Affairs has recently sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms after they sent another ‘brilliant’ message to the incumbent President, Nana Akufo Addo on how to revive the economy of the country.

According to the director of Research at the International Economic Affairs (IEA), Dr John Kwakye, the incumbent government can undoubtedly help rejuvenate the economy of the country without the introduction of the most anticipated 2022 budget containing the E-levy by simply cutting down on government expenditure in certain areas which required lots of economic input amogst others.

“Take urgent steps to reduce expenditure whose level and composition remain problematic. The measures should include the following; restructure ministries and reduce the number from 30 to 20, reduce the number of ministers from 80 to 56 (including 16 regional ministers)”, the Director for IEA emphatically stated.

Below is a look at the recent communique from the IEA to the incumbent President, Nana Akufo Addo on how to brilliantly solve the economic crisis of the country that has caused massive stir.

Do you think that, the recent proposal by the IEA to the incumbent President, Nana Akufo Addo will undoubtedly reduce the government’s expenditure aside revive the economy of the country without the implementation of E-levy even though most individuals claimed otherwise?

What are your thoughts after IEA sent another ‘brilliant’ message to President Akufo Addo on how to revive the country’s economy without E-levy that has caused massive stir even though most individuals claim otherwise?

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