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Two NPP MPs ‘Clash’ After NDC MP Boldly ‘Exposed’ Gov’t Over Momo E-Levy; Ghanaians Massively React

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The recent circulating news that has undoubtedly sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms was when the member of parliament for North Tongu on the ticket of the largest opposition party, NDC boldly exposed the incumbent government over the most anticipated ‘momo’ E-levy.

After the member of parliament for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa revealed the total revenue the incumbent government is likely to gain from the ‘momo’ E-levy policy and other benefits ones the most anticipated 2022 budget is passed in parliament popped up, two popularly known NPP MPs unexpectedly took the privilege to react to the circulating news but the unexpected happened.

The Majority Chief Whip, Honorable Frank Amoah Dompeh’s arguments unexpectedly clashed with that of the deputy finance minister, John Kumah which has undoubtedly raised lots of concerns amongst Ghanaians.

Below is a look at the contributions of the two NPP MPs over the revenue the incumbent government is set to generate ones the most anticipated ‘momo’ E-levy is passed in government.

From the above arguments, we can clearly notice that the incumbent government seem to be creating an even bigger mess as it’s MPs are unexpectedly contradicting each other in a desperate attempt to defend the unwarranted Ghs 242 million E-transactions levy services allocation in the most anticipated 2022 budget.

Upon the unexpected post over the most anticipated ‘momo’ E-levy popped up, most Ghanaians took the privilege to express their immense disappointment in the NPP MPs aside sharing their thoughts and concerns over the alarming issue.

Below is a look at some of the comments that cane through as individuals shared their respective opinions and thoughts as the two NPP MPs contradicted each other over the attempt to defend the incumbent government.

From the above comments, we can clearly notice that most individuals were immensely disappointed in the incumbent government over the revenue set to be generated from the most anticipated ‘momo’ E-levy whilst others stated otherwise.

What are your thoughts as the two NPP MPs contradicted each other on the attempt to defend the incumbent government over the Ghs 242 million E-transactions levy services allocation in the most anticipated 2022 budget even though most individuals claimed otherwise?

Let’s know your thoughts in the comment section below.

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Frank Amoah Dompeh Ghanaians NDC North Tongu Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa

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