Angel TV journalist, Kwadwo Dickson has added his voice to that of Ghanaians on the 2022 budget rejection saga. He made a thoughtful revelation on the Anopa Bofo show which seemed to explain the current happenings. He reminded Ghanaians of how Hearts of Oak was on top of the Ghana Premier League last season right from day one and how they are now at the bottom of the league. Linking that to what happened at Parliament on Friday, he stated that Ghanaians must expect more impromptus since for the first time, majority members had boycotted Parliament.
Kwadwo Dickson stated his stance on the budget 2022. He boldly declared that he was against the e-levy. That notwithstanding, he revealed that he was against the mode of votes which Alban Bagbin used in rejecting the budget; voice votes. He gave a vivid scenario of how a group with less number could shout to overpower those with high numbers. He believed that the head count was the best. He considered the secret voting as an alternative to the head count.
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