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If E-levy does not change our lives, we will deal with you—Prince David Osei warns the government.

Ghanaians, according to Prince David Osei, should wait to criticize the e-levy until they see how it is implemented. 

The actor goes on to say that if the government fails to provide the necessary development, stabilize the economy, and increase the country's GDP, there will be a problem.

"The reaction hasn't been great; people are grumbling; I'm complaining," Prince David Osei, a New Patriotic Party (NPP) sympathizer, said. "All I'm saying is, whatever tariffs and cash we take, I just hope we put it to better use." He told Ameyaw Debrah, "Change people's lives." Because the standard of living is the same, it shouldn't just be about collecting taxes. Regardless of taxes, it's not simple because the world is in turmoil and the global economy is in turmoil, so let's look at the evidence. He advised allowing it to shine.

"It can't just be yes or no," Prince David Osei stated. I said a few days ago that if we don't see a rapid rise in the quality of life, an improvement in the economy, the cedi stabilizing against other currencies, and a greater GDP, there will be a problem. 

The government's Electronic Levy has been criticized. The funds will be used for national development by the government.

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