Today's town hall meeting on E-levy had a grand reception by Ghanaians and ended on a successful note. One probable aim for the meeting was to increase the interaction and engagement between the government and the citizens at the grassroots level. Many Ghanaians thought that the organizers of the program will gather their party faithful so that the Minister will receive positive questions and suggestions.
This thought has been proven wrong by a suggestion and complaint from a resident in the New Juaben South constituents, Nana Sei. He praised an NDC MP for communicating to Ghanaians better than the NPP.
"I admit that the program you people are doing is very good However, the English are too much. Can you believe that I passed through the market before coming here and all that the market women were saying was that, they are tired of your big English?
"Not long ago, Eric Opoku, NDC MP for the Asunafo South constituency, spoke at a press conference. He spoke very well and clearly in the Twi language. I was nearly convinced that e-levy was a good thing. However, you people only speak English and we do not understand anything", he added.
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