The Former Central Regional Chairman of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Allotey Jacobs shares an opinion on the tax on electronic transactions (E-levy) in an interview with the current host of Kokrokoo, Nana Yaw Kesseh on Peace 104.3 FM.
According to Allotey Jacobs, whether the Ghanaians and the members of the National Democratic Congress (NDC) like it or not, the tax on electronic transactions (E-levy) has come to stay so they should stop lamenting, insulting, and fighting against it.
Allotey Jacobs said Kwasi Amoako-Attah is the best minister for roads and highways because he has constructed almost all the roads at Cape Coast and he believes that the tax on electronic transactions (E-levy) will do more of these developments.
Allotey Jacobs then sends a strong message to the critics by saying that whoever is fighting against the tax on electronic transactions (E-levy) is fighting against God and he said that because of the benefits derived from the tax.
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