Bishop Bosomtwe Ayensu, past Methodist bishop of Obuasi, has lashed out at the former President, John Dramani Mahama for his resolve to cancel the much talked about electronic transfer levy when he assumes office in 2025.
The outspoken Bishop believes Mahama would not even come to cancel it. He further expressed disappointment in him for making such utterances in an attempt to sway voters.
He further reiterated that the predicaments the country finds itself will take only wise economic decisions to get us out for which the levy is being taken from the citizenry to solve it.
Bishop Bosometwe Ayensu believes strongly that NPP is on the right track to get the nation from the wrecks and shocks of the pandemic which has been deepened by the Russia- Ukraine war hence Ghanaians should all endeavors to pay so the government could use the accrued money for development.
He called for all and sundry to help push the government’s agenda to industrialize the country under the leadership of the President, His excellency, Nana Akufo-Addo.
Bishop Bosometwe Ayensu made this known when speaking to journalists at the ongoing 25th synod at Mount Zion Methodist Church, Obuasi.