Coup d’état in Ghana if E-levy is passed – Market woman warns Akufo Addo

You Can Move from Townhall Meetings to Village Hall Meetings, E-levy Will Still Be Opposed – Sulemana Braimah
You Can Move from Townhall Meetings to Village Hall Meetings, E-levy Will Still Be Opposed – Sulemana Braimah

In a popular video, the women said they didn’t like the E-levy, which hasn’t been implemented yet. Adom Channel interviewed some women at a market about the E-levy.

Last year, the finance minister showed off the Electronic Transaction Levy Tax when he showed off the 2022 budget to the public. 1.75 percent tax will be charged on all electronic financial transactions over 100 cedis, including inward remittances, says Ken Ofori-Atta.

But these women aren’t having it. They say that the e-levy will make things even worse for the country.

They complained about the poor education system, less market use, and rising gas prices, among other things, while blaming President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo for everything.

He has pushed the New Patriotic Party to its knees. Nobody knew this old man could lie so well. This E-levy came from where? His job was done when he had all of the loans. He couldn’t do anything to help improve the economy after that. In the beginning, one of them told them that they had already sent their kids home from school, and their businesses were no longer working.

People who think the president’s campaign messages are based on lies say that Nana Addo is a liar, and one person says that. Everything he said about Mahama was a lie so that he could get the president to like him. He said that if he is elected to the government, he will cut the price of fuel. Is it OK for him to lie? This means: What does this mean?

One of the merchants said in a viral video that the e-levy is the last straw for them and that they wouldn’t mind if they (market ladies) planned a coup to get rid of the president instead of the soldiers.

“We, the traders, will stage a coup if the E-levy is passed.” Let the military plan a coup, but we’re not going to let them do it. “We, the market women, will take care of it,” said the woman who was clearly angry.

E-levy: Since then, stakeholders and the general public have said they don’t like it. This resulted in back and forth in the House of Representatives.

Watch The Video Below:

E-levy Source: TheBBCghana.Com

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