Lawyer Maurice Ampaw continues his crusade to get every Ghanaian to pay their tv licence feed by any means possible.
The lawyer is so intent on making the point for tv licence that he’s willing to make comments many Ghanaians would consider blasphemous.
Ampaw, who’s already called Ghanaians unwilling to pay the licence fee ‘fools’ and pushed for the arrests of A Plus and Edem for publicly trashing the initiative, is now claiming that even if Ghanaians think they won’t get any quality content from GTV, we still have to pay because it’s the law.
Using himself as an example, he says he has paid tithes all his life and received no reward from God for it but he still pays, therefore Ghanaians should simply shut up and pay.
“I have paid tithe for all the forty-nine years of my life but I’ve not received anything from God. I tell you, I and my wife paid several monies to Pastors and Prophets for over ten years but we still could not make children so my brother, the TV licence should not be about what you watch but what the law says”. he told Sammy Flex on Zylofon Fm.