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The country as at now is facing a lot of crisis in all sectors for which each and every citizen of the country would testify. The president and his entourage are doing all they can to reverse all these economical hardship the country is going through for which one of the measures is to impose a compulsory electronic levy on all electronic transactions citizen’s do to help generate close to 7.4 billion cedis a year. As it stands now, this levy has been condemned by many citizens for which they describe to be controversial and cruel.
Parliament has been deliberating on the passing of the above levy for months now and no conclusion has been. Various sittings in this agenda do result in brawl and other form of violence in the house for which non has happened this year so far.
Speaking live on TV3’s show was Bernard Monah, an activist for the Justice For Ghana movement who made his statements clear on the controversial e-levy proposal. He stated that, the current government has lost ideas as to how to manage the economy in all sectors. He said this because of the excess borrowing made by this government despite their fight to overcome Ghana’s high indebtedness. The government currently has about 105.5 billion cedis to work with for which they are in the pipeline to borrow an additional 37 billion. This really explains why he made that statement on air. Watch the scene in which he made the above statement during his interview via the link below:
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