The leader and founder of Ghana’s second opposition party Christian Kwabena Andrews well known as Sofo Kyiri Abosom has waded into the conversation on the approval of the E-levy cauing massive stir in the country.
Sofo Kyiri Abosom has said that if President Nana Addo wants peace and harmony to reign in Ghana he should withdraw the bill from Parliament.
He went on to say that what government should be keen on doing is creating jobs rather than taxing Ghanaians.
“We shouldn’t accept this at all,” the head pastor of Life Assembly Worship Centre stressed.
“Give people work to do, employment, instead of taxing those who are poor already.
“I am entreating Nana Addo and his ministers, for peace and harmony to reign in this very country, he needs to come out and tell Ghanaians that the e-levy matter, he has removed it from Parliament.”
The 2020 Presidential candidate made this observation while speaking to journalists on 28th December.