Today's discussion on Tv3's Newday show was controversial as it witnessed three vociferous personalities seated with Berla Mundi. These were Kamal Deen Abdulai, who is the Deputy communications director for the ruling Government, Lawyer Kwame Jantuah who is the chairman for Political Affairs committee and Osman Ayariga, who is also a member of the National Communications Team for the NDC. During the discussion, Berla Mundi bravely questioned Kamal Deen Abdulai for his strong statement on a topical issue.
In the case of Kamal Deen Abdulai, he has always been saying that as Ghanaians, we are quick the lambast Government to pay our salaries but on the same issue and on the contrary, Ghanaians are relaxant to let us say that let us pay taxes to mobolize revenue to pay some of these things. According Kamal Deen Abdulai in relation to the question posed by Berla Mundi, he claimed that it is very clear that Ghanaians do not want to pay taxes.
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