Dr. Bawumia Lecture On Ghana Economy Video Goes Viral On Twitter, YouTube


WATCH: Dr. Bawumia Lecture On Ghana Economy Video Goes Viral On Twitter, YouTube: Dr. Mahamudu Bawumia a vice president who has been making rounds on the web must be wondering why his name is scattering all over the web and on social media too. So let us tell you that he was deliver a lecture on the recent situation of Ghana’s economy, this speech was delivered by him on Thursday, April 7, 2022. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com

Dr. Bawumia Lecture On Ghana Economy

A lecture has been delivered by a vice president at the Tertiary Students Confederacy (TESCON) Conference at the Pentecost Convention Centre in Gomia Fete, and he was aimed at addressing matters which are surrounded by what is felt in the pockets of Ghana’s people.

Here’s what he has been said in his lecture, “Let’s start it with a man on the streets to the business mogul, a food to eat, clothes to be wear, the shelter we see it have, to the benevolence we extended to families and friends, the health of the economy is feeling in our pockets.”

Dr. Bawumia Lecture On Ghana Economy Statement

“Time is hard” and even his lecture is targeted at addressing the real cause of the current economic challenge and how the government has been dealing with them. Whereas, in this lecture further he has been shared some of his expectations on how the vice president was expected to share his own point of view on the same government policies and other related matters of an economy which has been consisted of the controversial Electronic Transfer Levy else it is also known as E-Levy. Other than the controversies which are surrounding the 1.5 percent Levy to be levied on electronic transfers by the government, an expectation on the address by the vice president on E-Levy hinged on him before stating his opposition to taxing mobile money.

Dr. Bawumia Lecture On Ghana Economy Video

Here are his words of him to Kwame Sefa Kayi Peace FM while there was an interview in 2017, “I didn’t think Mobile Money should be texed as many people who use the services are poor people as if you really want to put more taxes on them and they suffer.”

Other than this there is a high expectation for the acting president to break his silence on E-Levy, Dr. Bawumia barely scratched the surface of the discussion on the fresh tax policy which has been gained the presidential assent. His lecture is almost 129 pages and in his entire lecture, he has mentioned E-Levy.

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