Nana Aba Anamoah shares old tweet of Bawumia about increasing of taxes

Nana Aba Anamoah shares old tweet of Bawumia about increasing of taxes

The month of October started on a very wrong foot for most Ghanaians as they woke up to the increment in tarrifs and taxes.

There is this popular thing Ghanaians mostly believe in that says the 'internet never forgets.'

When the New Patriotic Party was in opposition about 4 years ago, the current vice president who was then the running mate of President Akufo-Addo, Dr Mahamadu Bawumia, took to his Twitter handle to throw shade at the National Democratic Congress (NDC), for increasing prices day in, day out.

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Too bad the internet has not forgotten what the vice-president said earlier.

Nana Aba Anamoah, in the face of all these increments, has decided to remind Ghanaians of the promise Bawumia made of how the NPP government would do things differently.

Ghanaians have however taken to her tweet to react to the message in the post.

@ nana_equiya_gyami_ says the most annoying increment is the communication tax.

Communication tax is the most annoying like you buy airtime and get deducted again what that

@ mr_nobodygh sarcastically said the change we hoped to see is finally here

The change is here,let's all grab it

@ paramountconsults believes NPP never lied since they are doing it differently

Indeed they are doing differently. He never lied

@iamhannahtheblessed jokingly called Nana Aba the 'shading madam'

Nana Aba the shading madam... I hail you ooh

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In other news, ranking member of the Mines and Energy Committee of Parliament, Adam Mutawakilu, has demanded President Akufo-Addo to render an apology to the people of Ghana for increasing water and electricity tariffs.

Reacting to the upward adjustment in water and electricity tariffs as announced by the PURC in a statement on Monday, September 30, 2019, he urged the president to do the honorable thing by apologising to Ghanaians.

Speaking in an interview with Class FM, he lamented on how flimsy reasons were given for the adjustments in tariffs.

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