Speaking on Okay Fm this morning, the NDC politician said that the government's plan of bringing e-levy is a very bad and lazy approach. He added that the government must account for every money they have used since they took over power before adding up any new tax. He believes that Ghanaians become angry when NPP try to explain the e-levy to them over and over again.
He continued by saying that Ghanaians become furious when they hear stories about the E-levy. He is therefore urging the government to stop trying to convince them to bear with them to pay. He also added that there are several corrupt practices which the government has turned a blind eye on this.
Asiedu Nketia believes that the country has enough resources and funds and e-levy is not an option. He also believes that poor accountability has brought the country to where it is now and the government should take a second look at these before bringing any new tax on Ghanaians.
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