video of dr Bawumia’s lecture on Ghana’s economy spreads on Twitter and YouTube

WATCH: The video of Dr. Bawumia’s lecture on Ghana’s economy goes viral on Twitter and YouTube: dr Mahamudu Bawumia, a vice president who has been making the rounds on the internet, must be wondering why his name is being circulated all over the internet and social media as well. So let us inform you that he gave a speech on the recent situation of Ghana’s economy, this speech was delivered by him on Thursday 7th April 2022. Follow more update on

dr  Bawumia Lecture on Ghana's economy

dr Bawumia Lecture on Ghana’s economy

At the Tertiary Students Confederacy (TESCON) conference at the Pentecost Convention Center in Gomia Fete, a presentation was given by a Vice President aimed at addressing issues surrounding what is being felt in the pockets of the Ghanaian people.

Here’s what he said in his talk: “Let’s start with a man on the street for the business mogul, a meal to eat, clothes to wear, the lodging we see for the goodwill we showed families and friends, the health of the economy feels in our pockets.”

dr Bawumia Lecture on Ghana Economy Statement

“Time is tough,” and even his talk aims to address the real causes of the current economic challenge and how the government has dealt with it. While he went on to share some of his expectations in this talk about how the Vice President was expected to share his own viewpoint on the same government policies and other related matters of an economy that consisted of the controversial electronic funds transfer levy otherwise it is also considered known as E-Levy. Aside from the controversy surrounding the 1.5 percent levy the government is set to impose on electronic transfers, an expectation of the vice president’s speech for e-levy depended on him before speaking out against taxing mobile money .

dr Bawumia Lecture on Ghana Economy Video

Here are his words from him to Kwame Sefa Kayi Peace FM while giving an interview in 2017: “I didn’t think Mobile Money should be blamed as many people using the services are poor people like you really more wanted to levy taxes on them and they suffer.”

That being said, there is a high expectation that the incumbent President will break his silence on E-Levy, Dr. Bawumia has barely scratched the surface of the discussion of the new tax policy, which has won presidential approval. His talk is nearly 129 pages long and he mentioned E-Levy throughout his talk.

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