Prez. Akufo-Addo Deceived Ghanaians With His Big English – Yvonne Nelson. IS IT TRUE?

 Award-wining Ghanaian actress Yvonne Nelson has taken a ditch at President Nana Akufo-Addo following the implementation of the E-levy.

According to her, President Nana Addo only lured Ghanaians with his ‘big English’ and has since failed to deliver his campaign promises to the citizens.

The E-levy which was recently passed into law by Parliament deductions officially started on Sunday, May 1, 2022, with a 1.5% tax imposed on transactions above GHc100 between different mobile money or bank accounts.

The movie star took to Twitter in a series of tweet to blast the President. Yvonne Nelson wrote: “You lured Ghanaians with your BIG BIG English, Nana Akufo-Addo.”

She added: “MORE money for the politicians ( and their families and side pieces ) SMALL money for the People ( Ghanaians who stay in long queues / scorching sun to vote ) Same ol’ story.”

Meanwhile, President Akufo-Addo believes the taxes of Ghanaians are already at work, insisting his government is focused on delivering infrastructure development.

President Nana Addo took to Twitter to disclosed that 3,016 housing units under the Kpone Affordable Housing Programme and 19km of drains have been completed.

“Infrastructure development is a priority for the Government with 3,016 housing units under the Kpone Affordable Housing Programme, 19km of drains completed with 1,000km of drains excavated, rechanneled and maintained across the country. #YourTaxesAtWork #BuildingGhanaTogether,” he wrote.

Ghanaians have heavily criticized the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP) following the implementation of the controversial electronic levy (E-levy).

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