New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) Acting General Secretary, Mr John Boadu has appealed to Ghanaians in UK to bear with the government at this crucial moment of high import duties.
John Boadu said ,the elephant import duties has been as a result of human interface at our ports which has damaged the supposed revenue generation at the ports.
He said in the government’s attempt to correct the anomalies and eliminate human interface comes saboteurs whose sole aim is to worsen and complicate issues.
John Boadu made these revealing comments in an exclusive interview he granted to Valentine Nyane(Do the Do) on hot digital radio in London yesterday.

He said Ghanaian’s living in the United Kingdom must not be discouraged by the exorbitant import duties since the NPP government is doing everything possible to normalize it in a matter of days.

John Boadu added that ,the NPP government is currently overburdened with social responsibilities and general welfare of the good citizens of Ghana ,however a low representation of the people are committed in honouring their tax obligations.

He said the government is aiming at generating adequate income through effective taxation to boost the financial stand of the economy.
John Boadu revealed that, it is the plan of the NPP government to employ about hundred thousand youths, including senior secondary school leavers on a waiting list to tertiary institutions to help in revenue collection.

The New Patriotic Party’s (NPP) Acting General Secretary, Mr John Boadu is currently in the United Kingdom on a familiarisation tour with party executives.

Kofi Marfo(GLA NEWS)



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