You missed: Afenyo and Adongo argue over the proposed VAT Amendment Bill.

During the legislative discussion of the VAT Amendment Bill, Deputy Majority Leader Alexander Afenyo Markin and Ranking Member of Finance Isaac Adongo got into a furious argument.

Deputy Majority Leader, Alexander Afenyo-Markin
You missed: Afenyo and Adongo argue over the proposed VAT Amendment Bill.

Adongo’s assertion that the VAT Amendment Bill attempted to impose new taxes was refuted by Afenyo Markin, who accused Adongo of not having read the bill.

He issued a warning: “Don’t just remark because you want to enjoy your right to oppose the government; don’t talk about the imposition of taxes if you haven’t read.”

“Isaac Adongo, you claimed that Uber drivers will suffer. Are you suggesting that we shouldn’t support domestic auto production? Have you perused this memo? He stated.

Ato Forson, the minority leader, spoke up and pleaded with the speaker to give Isaac Adongo the opportunity to address any misinformation about his purported inability to understand the VAT Amendment Bill in front of the house.

Use your ← → (arrow) keys to browse

See also  Chief of Staff gave me GHC120k to store in Adwoa Safo's record - Ken Agyapong

Kofi millar

Next Post

Awoshie collision claims 13 lives.

Sat Dec 23 , 2023
Thirteen people are believed dead following a catastrophic collision at the Banyard crossroads in Awoshie, Accra. The vehicle, a red passenger car registered GW 6302-21, collided with an unattended truck that had the license plate GB 8896-21 and the brand mark “Everpure.” The driver and at least five passengers perished […]
Awoshie collision claims 13 lives.

You May Like