The controversial Agyenkwa Budget of the NPP government continues to reign as one of the most disrespected documents in the history of Ghana, due to its anti-human and anti-development nature. It is not surprising that the Minority Caucus took a vehement position against its removal and implementation. I must admit that majority of Ghanaians, whether in support of the NPP or NPP seem to have an anti-acceptable behaviour towards Ofori-Atta's Agyenkwa Budget of 2022.
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Only a few individuals in Ghana are capable of incorporating social and political messages into a cartoon narrative, and one of them is none other than Tilapia Da Cartoonist. Over the years, the award-winning cartoonist has used his cartoon illustrations to express some of the country's social and political issues, and he has done it once again with his most recent artwork.
Former Minister of State and current member of Parliament for the Yapei-Kusawgu constituency, John Abdulai Jinapor says he is completely against the 1.75 levy on MOMO transactions and would reject it in Parliament. He made this remark when contributing to discussions on the “Agyenkwa” budget on Newsfile on Joynews with host, Samson Lardi Anyenini together with the deputy Finance Minister, Honorable John Kumah.
The much anticipated budget was read in the parliament House yesterday by the finance minister and it is causing a lot of stir across the country. The budget was named 'Agyenkwa' which literally means saviour. Hon. Ken Ofori Atta made a lot of revelation during the reading of the budget and what will be taking place in the year 2022.
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The popularly known energy minister and politician has recently sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms after he boldly reveled another unexpected secret about the flag bearer of the largest opposition party, NDC, John Mahama over ‘momo’ E-levy.
A name serves as an identity for people, places, or things. It takes inspiration from the principles of whatever is being named; therefore, it is not only ironical to name something that depicts a direct opposite of its mission, but, it is also deception, and criminal.
Bawumia’s absence from parliament was deliberate to curb disgrace from minority on ‘MoMo’ taxes–NDC.
Right after the presentation of the 2022 ‘Agyenkwa’ budget by the finance minister Hon. Ken Ofori Atta, the acting speaker of parliament Hon. Joseph Osei Owusu demanded a debate from the caucuses as demanded in the constitution. The speaker of parliament instructed the minority leader Hon.
He Took Off At 2pm: Sam George Drops Another ‘Hot’ Secret Over Parliament’s Rejection Of 2022 Budget
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The prominent politician and member of parliament for Ningo-Prampram no the ticket of the largest opposition party, NDC has recently sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms after he boldly revealed another hot secret behind the rejection of the most anticipated 2022 budget in parliament.
Yes, you may think the MPs have taken a good decision by rejecting the 2022 budget but there are a lot of people rendering services to us which are affected. It's true there are some things that do not favor the ordinary Ghanaian but what about the benefits that may have come from it.
Many issues are arising after the presentation of the 2022 Budget by Ken Ofori Atta in Parliament. There has been mixed reactions immediately after the budget presentation. Key issues included the closure of tollbooths across the country and the introduction of the E-levy meant to place a 1.75% tax on all mobile transactions from 2022.
NDC Is Rejecting E-Levy Because They Want To Be The Ones To Introduce It In Future To Get More Money
The Minority in Parliament few days ago rejected the 2022 “Agyenkwa” Budget Statement due to the inclusion of some components in the Budget Statement – a major one being the 1.75% E-levy. The Budget Statement is to be reviewed and brought back before Parliament for approval.
Sunday, 28th November 2021 It has come to light that the NDC MPs did not oppose the entire content of 2022 budget after all despite unanimousely rejecting it. Speaking on News File on Saturday monitored by CitizenOne, the ranking member for parlimentary select committee on finance Hon.
Dr. Tia-Kabiru Mahama, the Technical Advisor to the Office of the Vice President and Sammy Gyamfi, today, Saturday, November 20, 2021 joined Alfred Ocansey on Tv3’s The Keypoints. The trio delved into issues pertaining to the debate presented by the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori Atta on Wednesday.
The issue of the 2022 (Agyenkwa) budget has become the talk of town in the whole country as at the moment. The day the budget was read to Parliament by the Finance Minister Hon. Ken Ofori Atta, many Ghanaians debated on it. Their main arguments was on the e-levy introduction that was part of the budget.
About some weeks ago, Minister of Finance, Ken Ofori Atta read the 2022 budget on the floor of Parliament. After the budget was read, the discussions started. Many people could not fathom as to how the government wants to tax momo transactions. In the same budget it was revealed that road tolls have been abolished in the country.
There will be no review on 1.75 per cent E-levy, minority will understand - Ken Ofori Atta justifies
One of the changes Ghanaians wants concerning the 2022 Agyenkwa Budget is the E-levy tax. The government also sees it to be the oy thing that could help the country regain it's economical strength. The minority not long ago requested an amendment in the 2022 budget which was read by the Finance Minister few weeks ago.
Since I was born to be a part of this country, this is the first time I'm hearing this. Indeed, the kind of criticism the budget received was something beyond imagination. Let's have time to read how the legislative arm of government concluded on the 2022 Agyenkwa Budget as presented by the finance minister, Hon Ken Ofori Atta on Wednesday.
It’s been two days since the finance minister Hon. Ken Ofori-Atta presented the 2022 ‘Agyenkwa’ budget on the flood of parliament. The budget was presented yesterday on the 17 November, 2021. The 2022 ‘Agyenkwa’ budget has been critically criticized by most of the citizens in the country.
Dear readers thanks for clicking on my page to read my article. Please kindly click to follow, share, like and comments to help me to build my page. Parliament has rejected government’s 2022 Budget Statement and Economic Policy read in the House by the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, last week.