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Ghanaians Would’ve Paid 17.5% ‘Momo’ Tax If Mahama Was President: Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh Reveals

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The popularly known energy minister and politician has recently sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms after he boldly reveled another unexpected secret about the flag bearer of the largest opposition party, NDC, John Mahama over ‘momo’ E-levy.

The recent debate and arguments over the most anticipated 2022 “Agyenkwa” budget which was recently accepted in parliament by Joe Wise after the Speaker of parliament, Alban Bagbin rejected it has undoubtedly raised lots of concerns amongst politicians and Ghanaians as a whole as individuals are in a dilemma as to the way forward.

Speaking on the most anticipated issue on “Asempa” Fm, the Energy Miinister, Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh was given the privilege to share his immense thoughts and opinions over the most anticipated 2022 budget which has undoubtedly caused lots of chaos in parliament recently.

The Energy Minister, Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh, highlighted that, the incumbent government has undoubtedly improved the livelihood of Ghanaians with the introduction of a digitized economy and the help of the Vice President, Dr Mahmoud Bawumia other than that, most financial services would have collapsed by now.

In addition to that, Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh added that, the introduction of the 1.75% ‘momo’ E-levy would help generate revenue in the form of tax for the incumbent government hence aid in developing the economy of the country amidst Covid19 pandemic.

Surprisingly, Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh revealed that, Ghanaians would’ve paid 17.5% ‘momo’ tax if the former President, John Mahama was still President but the incumbent party, NPP stopped him hence Ghanaians should be grateful to the incumbent government over 1.75% ‘momo’ E-levy as highlighted in the 2022 “Agyenkwa” budget.

“Mahama introduced 17.5% financial transaction act including momo tax. Ghanaians would have paid 17.5% momo tax if Mahama was still President but the NPP stopped him”, Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh emphatically stated.

What are your thoughts on Dr Matthew Opoku Prempeh’s recent clss St one about the former President, John Mahama over 17.5% ‘momo’ E-levy even though most individuals claimed otherwise?

Do you think the 1.75% ‘momo’ E-levy should be implemented in parliament or reduce even though most individuals claim otherwise?

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