The electronic transfer levy bill is the first subject that comes to Ghanaians’ minds when Parliament reconvenes today. Some NDC members are pleased with the minority leadership’ s intention to refer the case to the Supreme Court.
Today, however, a prominent journalist with close ties to Kennedy Agyapong revealed a delicious story about how some key National Democratic Congress (NDC) Members of Parliament went behind the scenes to accept bribes for the e- levy bill to succeed.
Kweku Anan brazenly revealed on the Seat Show that he had obtained the list of MDC MPs who took the bribe. He urged the MPs who accepted the payment to come forward and apologise to NDC grassroots people and Mahama, assuming Mahama is unaware of the bribe.
Alban Bagbin and the leadership of the Minority caucus were boldly mentioned and highlighted in Kweku Anan’ s list. ” I’ d like to know how much the minority leadership in Parliament received in exchange for the e- levy being passed.
What was the purpose of the funds? Have you informed your members of the funds you’ ve taken? ” Kweku Anan has been charged. In other news, Ghana’ s former television host, His Excellency John Dramani Mahama issued a press statement dubbed Crossroad.
Among the many things he mentioned, one of his assertions that has gotten a lot of people discussons has to do with the E- Levy. According to him, the NPP administration is taxing Ghanaians excessively while failing to produce jobs for the people.
He also indicated that if he and his party are voted into power in December 2024. he will abolish the E-Levy tax to relieve Ghanaians of the burden.
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