Speaking on Accra-based Peace FM on May 9, John Boadu said the NDC’s resolve to win power may be because it wants to “chew the meat and leave the bones” as it previously did when it was in power. The NPP scribe was addressing former president John Dramani Mahama’s comment that the next NDC government will scrap the E-levy when it wins power. Anytime they are in government, growth suffers, debt to GDP suffers, production suffers and almost everything suffers. “If that is what he [John Mahama] is saying, unfortunately, Ghanaians won’t give him that unpleasant opportunity to come back again to take such decisions which will make it retrogress,” John Boadu said. “A new National Democratic Congress Government, God willing and with the votes of the sovereign people of Ghana – in 2025 – will repeal the E-Levy Act.,” John Mahama told the gathering.
Source: GhanaWeb May 10, 2022 12:56 UTC