Veteran highlife musician, Gyadu Blay Ambulley has added his voice to the E-levy bill that has been a major debate over the past month.
According to Ambulley it seems parliamentarians are doing all they can to impose the E-levy on Ghanaians despite the rejection and outcry.
Speaking to Joy Prime, he emphasised that the government needs to concentrate on rather trying to improve the living conditions of the populace by creating more jobs than looking for ways to milk them.
He further added that people are angry with the current Nana Addo’s government because they are hungry.
“We are not kids. People need to pay when they have flexible jobs and working. Now there are no jobs and the little one in my pocket you want to take it. People are hungry and hungry people always become angry, Ambulley said.
The E-levy bill is still undergoing reviews and scrutiny by Ghanaians and other political parties with majority of the public calling on the government to cancel it.
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