According to the Chairman of Oforikrom, Hon. Antony Amankwaah, Ghanaians are not in hard times as they say but rather enjoying life under the good governance of His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akuffo Addo.
He based his argument on the fact that, even though people are crying that the economy is hard, they have still managed to fill markets in this festive season.
He said that In Accra and Kumasi especially, people have really gone to the market to buy stuffs which is even responsible for the heavy traffics we are experiencing lately.
He also further urged Ghanaians to side with the government and accept the e-levy. He believes with what the government has demonstrated even in the times of Covid 19, if the e-levy is approved it will surely do better.
He also stated that he agrees with Allotey Jacob on his comments that the NDC MPs are hungry and desperate for power hence their quest to fight the e-levy
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