The Arise’s Protesters in Ghana have urged the finance minister to eliminate the “Electronic Transfer Levy (E-levy),” as they have labeled it.
The protester said that the E-levy “is placing further misery on the citizen of Ghana, leeching their money and, above all, seizing our money” while delivering a copy of their complaint to the Finance ministry on Wednesday.
“The Ministry should act quickly to guarantee that inflation is reduced to the absolute minimum so that the underprivileged with meager incomes can afford basic necessities. One of the group’s founders, Bernard Mornah, advised people to “do all in your power to stop the degrading currency, which is now among the worst in the world.”
According to Newsghana, The Ghana Police Service has praised the demonstrators and police officers involved in the day two of the Arise Ghana rally for a satisfactory outcome.
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