The details of the NDC Youth-led Yentua Demonstration, which is being held to oppose the introduction of the E-levy Bill, have been given by the police.
The demonstration, which will take place today, Thursday, February 10, will be given the requisite security detail, according to the Accra Regional Police Command.
The demonstrators are scheduled to gather at the Obra Spot, from where they would march down Kwame Nkrumah Avenue, passing via Farisco, Striking Force, the Kinbu Road, the Octagon, the National Theatre, and the AU Roundabout before arriving at Parliament House.
In the statement the police said;
“The general public is hereby encouraged to cooperate with the Police to ensure an incident-free demonstration,”
Furthermore, the demonstration’s organizers and participants have been advised to follow the relevant Covid-19 regulations.
In other news, Ghanaian actress cum media personality, Joselyn Dumas has also reacted to the controversial E-levy bill.
The beautiful and well-endowed lady joined the majority of Ghanaians with her reaction which she made on her verified social media handle on the popular social media platform, Twitter.
In the post she made, she suggested that E-levy is a disaster as she placed a heartbreak emoji beside the Ghanaian flag. Check out the post below;
Her post comes at a time when Ghanaians are complaining about the controversial levy which is yet to be passed in parliament.
According to Ghanaians, the levy will ensure that Ghanaians live in absolute misery because of how the economy has declined in the past few years.
The bill is currently in parliament as the minority members of the house have maintained their posture that the levy should be dropped whiles the majority have indicated that the levy will help Ghanaians so it should be passed.
Several town hall meetings have been held by both sides to explain their stands and it seems Ghanaians are on the side of the minority since they are speaking the same language as them.