The government is uncomfortably seated on tenterhooks as Ghanaians prepare their mental fortitude to reject the E-Levy.
If anyone had cautioned the government about being challenged with such feisty resistance to one of its many policies, the response would have been sour to the ears.
Barely two months after the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Attah read the budget in December 2021, the E-Levy is struggling to catch some air from underwater.
Most aggrieved Ghanaians are not relenting in their efforts to reject the controversial Electronic Transaction Levy (E-Levy).
As per the long list of scandals, Ghanaians have witnessed ‘Papa no‘ vibes between politicians and some consistent female celebrities.
Consequently, we just might have missed an angle worth noting.
A Twitter user made a mischievous yet noteworthy comment about women like Tracey Boakye and her allies who repeatedly push their extravagance down our throats.
According to the Twitter user, he knows where the monies that are given to our politicians go to.
It is indeed incomprehensible to see entertainers who haven’t featured in any gig steadily acquire properties that cost more than their average paycheck.
As the debates about the E-Levy linger on, we anticipate tough times for people who continuously milk the Ghanaian coffers dry.
If they can buy the expensive cars and build luxurious houses in the heat of political accountability, then and maybe then, they will be excused from the tags and labels.