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The adjournment of parliament from last year has resumed with the same old story. The controversy behind the acceptance of the cruel e-levy many Ghanaians claim is the main aim of the sittings in parliament but so far all efforts have proved futile.
The minority are heavily against this e-levy which they claim is not going to suit the fancies of the citizens whereas the majority also claim it is going to be of great benefit to the country at large as it will help revive the economy.
The Nhyiaeso member of parliament, Hon. Stephen Amoah speaking today on one of TV3’s popular morning shows stated that, the minority should allow the passing of the e-levy for they claim it will make the new patriotic party unpopular hence resulting in them losing the next election. Does this means the new patriotic party are not thinking of Ghanaians and are up to something?
This statement of his has left many people confused for a political party who always thinks of its citizens does what they prefer and does not even think of losing power but why did he go for that?
What is your opinion about what the Nhyiaeso member of parliament, Hon. Stephen Amoah said on the show? Let your opinion be heard in the comments section below.
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