Kwame Asare Obeng popularly known as A Plus has revealed that the New Patriotic Party MPs in Parliament have made changes to the controversial 2022 Budget Statement and Economic Policy.
According to him, the E-levy has been reduced to 1%, starting from 300 Ghana cedis.
In the rejected Budget which was presented to Parliament, the E-levy was at 1.75% and was to be paid on all electronic transactions above hundred Ghana cedis (¢100.00)
He also revealed that provision has been made for Tidal waves issue in Keta and other communities in the Volta Region.
Checks by InsiderGH.com shows that the rejected Budget failed to make provisions for the tidal wave natural disaster that has bedeviled the people of Keta, Anloga, Aflao and its environs.
According to him, the much talked about Agyapa Deal, which was strongly rejected by Parliament has also been removed from the revised edition of the 2022 Budget Statement and Economic Policy.