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We’II continue to resist E-Levy without fear or favour as Parl resumes tomorrow-Dr. Apaak

The Member of Parliament for Builsa South Dr. Clement Apaak has stated that the Minority remains resolved to fight in the interest of Ghanaians.

The legislator says former President John Dramani Mahama has inspired them as a side in the House to remain resolute in discharging their duty as a formidable side.

According to him, the Minority remains more resolved now to play its role in the interest of Ghanaians.

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Former President John Dramani Mahama held a closed-door meeting with the Minority group at a retreat they organized in Ada over the weekend.

Although the meeting was held behind closed doors, Rainbowradioonline.com has garnered that the former leader encouraged the Minority to remain firm and hold the government to account.

Dr. Apaak commenting on the issue said the position of the Minority remains opposed yo the E-Levy.

He assured the public they will without fear, not favour remain firm in ensuring that the levy is not passed.

“JM2024- Earlier today JM joined us in Ada to close our Caucus workshop. We are inspired and even more resolved to play our role in the interest of Ghana and Ghanaians without fear or favor. As we resume in Parliament this week we ask that you keep the faith with us. We ask that you pray for us. #137NoE-levyAssured!”

Parliament will resume tomorrow, Tuesday, January 25, 2022.

One of the major issues to dominate the House as it resumes from recess is the controversial E-Levy which the Minority has asked the government to scrap the levy.

It is their view that the levy was a nuisance and would create further hardship for Ghanaians. 

By: Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana

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