Insightful writer, Manasseh Azure Awuni has named driving individual from the New Patriotic Party, NPP, Gabby OtchereDarko as a ‘sounding board.’
As per him, Gabby’s new financial presents were implied on
impart informally the following position of the public authority
comparative with the Electronic Transactions Levy (ELevy) and the choice to go to the International Monetary Fund, IMF, or not.
“Gabby “Sounding Board” OtchereDarko is at it again, signaling the next options for the failed AkufoAddo regime,” Manasseh tweeted on June 27.
Gabby had on Monday posted a series of tweets about the
economy, explicitly bemoaning issues around the ELevy which
was carried out in May.
He said, the duty measure carried out with the desire for turning the Ghanaian economy around, has created under GH¢60 million rather than GH¢600 million, has set off numerous responses.
a portion of Gabby’s tweets read: “Following 5 months of impasse and slamming, the elevy, later
execution is conveying just 10% of assessed revenues; our incomes remain exceptionally low when contrasted with the remainder of the world; obligation levels hazardously high, cedi, as most monetary standards, battling against the US dollar… “
“What choices are available to the government? The inquiry ought to rather be: what choice, whenever embraced, will reinject financial backer trust in our economy? Regardless of whether we find the $35 billion required, will that assistance? Elevy which was to have given us some 600m at this point has done under 60m.”
Manasseh Azure, born Manasseh Azure Awuni, is a freelance journalist who worked with Multimedia Group Limited in Accra, Ghana, in the past. He is known for his controversial investigative and anti-corruption reports that have caused national uproar and resulted in some government officials going to prison.