Sammy Gyamfi earlier today appeared on Good Morning Ghana Show which is hosted by Randy Abbey to Metro TV to speak about the 2022 Budget.
According to Lawyer Sammy Gyamfi, the 2022 budget is the worst to ever happened to Ghana. He described the budget to be an "awudie budget" (killing budget). He explained that the tax burden on the people of Ghana is killing them and instead of the government to do something about the numerous taxes, they are now taxing more.Afyer Lawyer Sammy Gyamfi has made this statement, a lot of people have reacted to it. Most people agreed with him on his comments while others display other views.
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