The most talked-about fee in Ghana, the “E-levy,” has finally been enacted into law after languishing in Parliament for some time.
This occurred in Parliament today, shortly after Minority Members of Parliament staged a walkout.
The NDC MPs reportedly stormed out because they did not want to be affiliated with the “contentious” E-levy.
On the floor of Parliament, Minority Leader Hon Haruna Iddrisu branded the charge as a nuisance fee and instructed his members to walk out.
A communicator for the National Democratic Congress, Yayra Koku has reacted to the passing of the E-levy.
According to Yayra Koku, the E-levy is the money the New Patriotic Party will be using for election campaign in 2024.
Ghanaians have reacted to the passing of the E-levy and the comments from people proves that they are not in support of it.
Will the E-levy policy be a better policy for Ghana? We live to see !