After Parliament approved the controversial Electronic Transactions (E-Levy) Bill yesterday, musician and political activist Kwame A Plus took to social media to address his followers. On Tuesday, March 29, 2022, a Majority-sided House finished the Consideration Stage, resulting in this conclusion. The Minority Caucus was not in Parliament for its passage because it had organized a walkout.
Parliament has endorsed the questionable Electronic Transactions (E-Levy) Bill on Tuesday evening. This choice was reached after the Consideration Stage was finished by a Majority-sided House on Tuesday, March 29, 2022. It was considered under a declaration of desperation. The Bill was embraced at a decreased pace of 1.5% from the underlying 1.75% in the midst of a Minority walkout.
After Parliament supported the E-Levy Bill, jokester DKB has re-repeated the expressions of the NPP about the tax assessment from versatile cash during the 2016 general races. In a post on Twitter, he noticed that the party vowed to safeguard the public satchel and had demanded various events that Ghana has the means to create.
The National Democratic Congress (NDC) says it will hold a town-hall meeting in Kumasi on Monday, January 24, 2022. The meeting which according to the party will be attended by the media and other relevant stakeholders, will raise issues about the controversial Electronic Transactions Levy, better known as the E-levy.
The Majority Leader in Parliament, Osei Kyei Bonsu, has cut an E-levy-designed cake for his birthday celebration. The politician who has been championing the passage of the Electronic Transactions Levy clocked 65 on February 3 which called for a celebration. Footage circulating on social media showed the embattled politician at the birthday bash, cutting green coloured E-levy writing of a cake.