The Deputy Minority Chief Whip and Member for Parliament for the Banda constituency, Honorable Ibrahim Ahmed, has sent a bold message to the majority caucus in Parliament as they reconvene and most importantly, determine if the electronic levy bill will be passed or rejected. Recently, the majority leader came out to explain to Ghanaians that the electronic levy bill has been technically approved but it is remaining some nitty-gritty.
Reacting to that on Okay FM, the Member of Parliament representing the Banda constituents urged Honorable Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu and government to go ahead and start collecting the levies if indeed the bill has been passed. Honorable Ahmed admitted that Honorable Osei Kyei is one of the longest-serving members in the house. He however failed to understand why the MP was acting as if he did not know the orders of the house.
He later revealed that the NDC caucus in parliament is ready for the majority caucus despite the several plans that they made during the previous days.
"When Kotoko and Hearts are going to play a match, each team goes camping. As I am speaking to you now, I am camping with my colleagues, the same way the NPP are also camping. We will be done today. I want o assure you that we are ready for them", he said.
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