Communication member for CPP, Charles Owusu has told the New Patriotic Party government that they should stop attacking the National Democratic Congress on momo tax. Charles Owusu who is a regular panel on peace FM morning show speaking today on the show said that NPP folks are behaving as if they have not rejected any tax introduced by any government before in the country.
According to him, NPP is known for making much noice about taxes but today, they are trying to behave as if they have not rejected any tax imposed on Ghanaians before. Charles Owusu told them to stop criticizing the opposition and focus on the work Ghanaians have entrusted into their hand.
He stated that Ghanaians are not interested in the taxes they pay but they are rather interested in what the money are being used for. He stated that this telecommunications networks taxing Ghanaians is not news because they have been taxing Ghanaians already but both opposition and incumbent are trying to behave as if its something new that has been introduced.
He told government that they should use the taxes being paid to them to work perfectly and Ghanaians will never complain about new taxes that may be introduced into the system in the future.
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