The brouhaha over electronic transactions Levy introduced by the New Patriotic Party government has forced Ghanaians to know much truth about the 2022 budget statement sent to parliament by finance minister, Ken Offori Atta.
Today, it has been trending that finance minister, Ken Offori Atta has stated that the position of the executive on electronic transactions Levy introduced by them does not change. According to him, the percentage as people thought has been reduced to 1.5% is not true for it's still stand at 1.75% which has raised a lot of argument amongst Ghanaians.
Last week, Ghanaians were told by some NPP MPs that both the majority and minority have met and have discussions and they have come to a conclusion that the E-levy should be reduced to 1.5% which the minority said it's not true.
Leading to that a lot of people stated that NDC MPs in parliament led by Hon. Haruna Iddrisu has planned the approval of the 2022 budget statement with NPP and they have been finally paid to accept the electronic transactions Levy and jabbed them.
Some people stated that they now believe that NDC MPs are right when they said they did not meet the majority on E-Levy issue trending across the country. Some people questioned that so is NPP MPs lying to them to get the controversial budget approved? How smart is the majority on E-Levy issue? Have NPP government lost the best communicators?
Some people mocked Hon Afenyo Markin because finance minister has exposed him big time on the issue circulating across the country.
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