In this article, my team and I are conducting a poll as to whether people truly believe, the wailings and cries of Ghanaians will finally change into joy and laughter as the government has finally approved the controversial E-Levy taxes.
Not long ago, around 2017 - 2019, Ghana was applauded all over the world as the economy was listed among the top 3 fastest economy in the world.
But unfortunately in early 2021 to present day Ghana, several reports has declared that the economic performance in several sectors of the economy is relatively poor and stagnating. Inflation in the country is very high, fuel prices are daily on a rise, and other unbearable factors.
A lot of Ghanaians have expressed their dissatisfactions in the country through threatening strikes and social media rants .
But according to the sitting President, Nana Akuffo Addo and his administration, Ghana is of no exemption of the countries who’s economy was halted by the COVID- 19 pandemic and currently, the Russian-Ukrainian war.
He also stated in a recent interview with BBC News that the country’s economy, was receiving a very low revenues from taxes collections in the country as compared to other countries.
He concluded by giving hopes that as the new tax resolution activity (E-Levy) has been approved and would start taking effect very soon, there won’t be any limpholes in the tax collection sector and as a result, the economy will see it lights again after the Great Depression it had been through.
Do you think or believe the president, Nana Akuffo Addo, through the collection of E-Levy can solve most of Ghana’s economic problems?
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