Finance minister may have promised spare parts dealers of Abossey Okai an establishment of some 15% taxes on their wares but that is not all there is to it.
The finance minister's assurance has seen Ghanaians take to social media just for one reason - Abossey Okai! These tweets say just summarize how the goodness was welcomed by these spare parts dealers:
The assurance by the finance minister has seen spare parts dealers assure of the reduction in prices starting March 4.
The excitement has even been used to tease former president Mahama for failing to strengthen the business of spare parts dealers.
Former finance minister, Seth Terkper, warns that abolishing of these taxes will result in massive smuggling. But hey! that won't stop this worker from dancing his heart out.
Tell us what you think of the finance minister's resolve to abolish taxes of Spare parts dealers.