With the e-levy being implemented already; arguments, injunction, and dive into constitutional elements being done with, effects of the e-levy on the two opposition parties persist.
Two top MPs; Ningo-Prampram MP and MP for Ejisu have been sighted on Twitter 'dirtying' themselves over e-levy working in Ghana.
According to John Ampontuah Kumah, Sam George uses a smart way to pay tithes to his church; Perez Chapel through Momo using a merchant sim to withdraw it so he won't be charged.
Thus, his church members get to pay e-levy whereas he doesn't so he should repent from his ways.
Sam Nartey George replied to him saying he has a repented mind and it is he (John Ampontuah Kumah) whose mind isn't repented.
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Fights on the e-levy are expected to die down since it has already taken its course even from the national levels.
Should our MPs keep fighting over what they can't change? Should Ghanaians fight the e-levy?
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