Sympathizers and foot soldiers of National Democratic Congress(NDC) have descending on their 2020 Presidential Election Flagbearer, John Dramani Mahama after he confirmed that he met the cousin of President Akufo-Addo, Gabby Otchere Darko at his private residence.
Based on numerous feedback on social media cited by Ghanaontheglobe.com, most NDC foot soldiers are pissed by the gesture of John Mahama with most of his followers calling him a disappointment.
One Ardent NDC foot soldier called, Nelson Stone has lamented his disappointment in his mentor, John Mahama even though he still love him. He wrote on his Facebook timeline,
Mr John Mahama you have disappointed me.People lose their job all because they supported you.People were killed by invisible force’s all because they supported you.People were killed in Techiman, all because they supported you.Business people lose their business all because they supported you.radio station’s was closed down, and thousands of people lose their jobs, all because they supported you.Some people were in this country,can’t even sleeping in their house all because they supported you.Voltarian’s are suffering under Nana Akuffo addo and his family,all because of you. Mr Mahama you just take look and see how we’re having difficulty challenging for our business this government has closed the border all because of you and NDC.
I can see that,a lot of us are working without no profit and we’re supporting you,without nothing. Mr Mahama please tell us if you’re not ready for power angry .
The Parliament of Ghana under the leadership of Joe Osei-Wusu has broke parliament without the approval of the controversial E-levy.
A day after a serious fight between the Majority and the Minority in Parliament concerning the E-Levy on Monday, 20th December, 2021, the first deputy speaker through a unanimously decision agreed to suspend the house and resume on 18th January, 2022 to debate the E-Levy.
The application for adjournment was moved by Majority leader Osei Kyei-Mensah-Bonsu who argued the move is to ensure a serene environment for consideration of the controversial tax.
It was supported by the Minority Leader Haruna Iddrisu.
The proposed levy, which was expected to come into effect on 1 February 2022, is a charge of 1.75% of the value of electronic transactions.
It covers mobile money payments, bank transfers, merchant payments, and inward remittances. The originator of the transactions will bear the charge except for inward remittances, which will be borne by the recipient. There is an exemption for transactions up to GH¢100 ($16) per day.
Most Ghanaians are not in agreement of the E-Levy.