Mr. David Boakye, the New Patriotic Party’s (NPP Bono )’s East regional secretary, has spoken out against the minority in Parliament’s determination to oppose the government over the E-Levy.
The NPP officer argues that the minority should have exhibited the same zeal in resisting the E-levy when the government handed them $28 million for new Toyota V8s.
“They made no comment when the government granted them $28 million.” Mr. Boakye remarked on Wontumi TV, which was monitored that none of them complained it was too much and that the government should keep a portion of the money.
They should have “stood up to the government when $28 million was granted to them for their V8s,” he continued.
The introduction of the E-levy, he declared strongly, would bring development to Ghanaians and should not have been dismissed by the minority.