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‘Yete Sika so’ but government needs E-Levy to develop Ghana-Kumawood Actor Sean Paul

Kumawood Comic Actor Sean Paul has wondered why the New Patriotic Party (NPP) government introduced the E-Levy when Akufo-Addo assured Ghanaians that there is money in the country for development.

The E-Levy before it was passed by parliament was characterized by a lot of criticism from Ghanaians and stakeholders and Sean Paul thinks its introduction will worsen the plight of Ghanaians because the poor will suffer more.

He made this statement in an interview with Ambassador TV Entertainment show hosted by Osei Kwadwo.

“I wonder why the president who told Ghanaians that ‘yete sika so’ is forcing Ghanaians to pay E-Levy before his government can develop Ghana”

“A country with fertile land like Ghana with all the natural resources doesn’t need loans or E-levy to develop the country” Sean Paul said

“God has blessed Ghana with everything that every country needs to develop the nation but our problem is Ghana lacks leaders who think about the country. They all come to enrich themselves and their family”.

“The introduction of the E-Levy is like a broad daylight robbery. Nana Addo and his government should understand that the introduction of E-Levy was not in their manifesto”.

“Ghanaians criticized the introduction of the E-Levy but still Nana Addo’s government didn’t to the cry of Ghanaians because they think they have the power now but the thumbs that brought them to power will send them to the opposition” Sean Paul disclosed.


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  1. Sean Paul very wise saying bro,we live in a country where the leaders don’t think about his people but their selfish interest is what they want,what they want is they and their next generation,how can we sit on money,and still demand Ghanains to pay E levy.what kind of wickedness is this,

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