On Tuesday 29th March 2022, it was confirmed in Parliament that the E-levy has been passed after NDC MP's walked out of the house. The passing of the E-levy has become the topic for discussion on various news platforms across the country. One of the renowned Journalists on Media General TV3 by Name Johnny Hughes has reacted to the passing of the E-levy.
According to Johnny, there is a hidden truth that NDC MP's are behind the passing of the E-levy. Johnny claim that, NDC MP's has no reason to walk out of the parliament if they do not support the E-levy because, the Majority are not up to their number which will make it possible to win when it comes to voting. Therefore, walking out of parliament and coming back to seek for Supreme court interpretation is needless.
" I cannot be silence on this matter. NDC MP's must come and answer questions. They must tell us whether they receive money for the E-levy to be passed or not. They should stop deceiving Ghanaians that they are not in support of the E-levy Passage. Walking out of Parliament and knowing that Majority do not have their numbers to win voting, shows that the NDC MP's are in Support of the E-levy." - Johnny Hughes stated.
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