The budget read by the caretaker of the Finance Ministry, Osei Kyei Mensah Bonsu noticed the Ghanaian society on the introduction of new taxes. New taxes that was introduced was the COVID-19 and increment in tolls paid by commercial drivers ( trotro drivers).
This new taxes made many headlines in the country after it was further explained by the Information Minister, Hon Kojo Oppong Nkrumah. According to him, the COVID-19 levy will make Ghanaians pay for the freebies they have enjoyed during the COVID-19 period in order to help the economy of the country bounce back as it was in the previous years before the outbreak of the novel COVID-19.
Following this, a Facebook user who goes by the name Benjamin Wayo Mahama posted a video with a caption "This is what they are taxing us to finance. Hmmmmm. God save our Homeland Ghana". In the video, a lady was showered with money to buy whatever she wants and go to any place she likes because just because it's her birthday. Benjamin, the one who posted the video believes the person who is throwing the money on the lady is a politician but the face of the person was not known in the video.
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What do you make of this, do you think the person showering the money on the lady is a Ghanaian politician. Drop your views on this in the comment box below and follow up for more information.
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