It all started when the MP for Bolgatanga Central constituency, Honorable Isaac Adongo, who was also a guest on the show constantly interrupted Stephen Amoah's delivery at the show. Stephen Amoah cautioned him to stop what he was doing.
The host of the show asked another question to Honorable Stephen Amoah to give his opinion on that also. The question was about government's plan about the e-levy. She asked him if government has plans to abolish the e-levy since it does not give the expected revenue to the government.
"Honorable Amoah, you still have the floor, give us a view of how we can negotiate, bearing in minds the concerns about about how we can generate revenue. This is because some people have said that we should abolish the e-levy now that we are going this way" she asked.
Stephen Amoah got "furious" with this question and decided not to answer because the host of the show has also stopped him from making a key point.
He made it clear to her that he is surprised at her and he believes that there was a plan to distort him from making some points on her show.
"Based on what, those who are saying we should abolish the e-levy, why do they want us to. Have they analysed the impact of its abolishment. I don't think you want us to do this again. I can't answer you. Let someone else speak" he said.
"The way you are handling things is very very bad. How can you tell me sitting here that I should tell you we will get more money. It looks like there is an attempt to distort everything I want to do" he added
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