Some portion of Ghanaians were already angry with the fact that they might pay a tax of 1.75% on transactions that make with the Mobile money accounts. And just today, the Minister of Finance has even added more problems to the ones that are not yet solved.
According to the Minister of Finance, honourable Ken Ofori Atta the government will their possible best to make the National Democratic Congress, NDC which is the minority in Parliament to accept the budget with the E Levy being inclusive.
Finance Minister, Ofori Atta in Parliament
Speaking on JoyNews at the ongoing Trade fair in Ho, Volta Region, he said that Parliament have about a month to debate and accept this budget and he sure that the minority will be convinced to accept the E levy tax and that of the 2022 budget.
But some component of the Ghanaian populace seems to be angered by what the Finance Minister said. Some of them were of the opinion that if the NDC are won over to accept the budget and the E Levy then they the people of Ghanaians will also find a way to vote them out.
Others who also commented about it were all against it and are ready to unseat both the NPP and the NDC. Below are the comments they left on Facebook.
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