It is being purported that the delay in the payment of the salaries of public sector workers in Ghana this month is because the country is broke hence, the need for the passing of the E-Levy bill by Parliament.
Reacting to this notion, the deputy National Youth Organizer of the NDC, Edem Agbana, has indicated that although Ghana is broke as a country, it is not to the extent that we cannot pay public sector workers.
Edem Agbana made this statement this morning, 1st March 2022, on his Facebook page, when he bemoaned the government's quest to pass the E-Levy bill.
According to Edem Agbana, the delay in payment of the salary of public sector workers is just to advance the ridiculous argument that without E-Levy, the nation will grind to a halt.
"A profligate government needs E-sense, not E-Levy." He tweeted
Edem Agbana added that this insensitive, failed, and disrespectful crop of leaders does not deserve a day more in office.
"What do they take us for?" He lashed out.
Below is a screenshot of his tweet:
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