Host of the Newsfile Show on Joy News, Samson Lardy Anyenini took a swipe at President Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo for shoving the E-levy down the throats of Ghanaians through his Minister of Finance and majority caucus in Parliament.
Samson expressed surprise at how the government and NPP MPs are acting as if they do not know the hardship and public reaction to the new E-levy bill which has been introduced. Addressing the President of the Republic of Ghana, Samson Lardy reminisced how Nana Addo celebrated the 25th anniversary of the biggest and unprecedented demonstration ever held in Ghana, the Kumi Preko demonstration, with some veteran politicians.
Samson explained that the e-levy bill was similar to the VAT which for which Nana Addo organized that demonstration which led to the death of some Ghanaians. Samson advised the government to slow down this impulse process of introducing the bill and rather make an extensive engagement.
Samson jabbed the NPP government for touting themselves of competently managing the economy and at the same time, acting as the country will collapse if the e-levy bill is not approved.
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