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It's A Bit Hypocritical To Spend Taxpayers Money On A Town Hall Meeting And Tell Us To Accept E-Levy

Selorm Branttie, a Vice President with IMANI Centre for Policy Education (IMANI Africa), believes that it is hypocritical for the government of Ghana to advocate for people to agree on E-Levy whilst taxpayers monies are spent.

In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Friday, 28th January 2022 he wrote;

I think it's a bit hypocritical when you expect us to understand and agree to your assertion that we should accept the e-levy and spend taxpayers money on a town hall meeting for people to praise you about thinking about such an idea yet in the same breadth would countenance almost no dissent or alternative positions in such an uncompromising manner."

Selorm Branttie retorted; you got the job by virtue of the Supreme confidence in your abilities. This isn't what you advertised, dear Sir!

The comment of the IMANI Vice president comes a background to the Town Hall organized yesterday, 27th January 2022 by the government to find out peoples opinions about the E-Levy.

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