A letter is going round on the internet which contains the signatures of the general secretary of the NDC, Johnson Asiedu Nketia. The letter was addressed to all members of the Members of NDC Parliamentary Group, all members of Functional Executive Committee, all Regional Chairmen and all Regional Secretaries of the largest opposition party.
The aim of this letter was to reject the E-levy Bill before parliament by the above mentioned groups. There is a part of the letter that seeks to reject the E-levy at all cost so that the current government will run to IMF for money. It also state that, when government goes to IMF, it will help the 2024 agenda. "A successful execution of this resolution will undermine Government's revenue mobilization efforts and force government to go to IMF. A situation that will inure to our benefit and ensure the success of Agenda 2024" as stated in the letter.
What are your thoughts on this fake letter as claimed by the NDC? Do you think there is any hidden agenda by the NDC to force the current government to go to the IMF? let me know your responses in the comments section.
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