Ghanaian protesters took to the streets of Accra to protest the government’s proposed new electronic transaction tax. They’re also protesting high fuel prices, high living costs, and corruption, among other issues.
The Coalition of Concerned Ghanaians (CCG), which leads the ‘Yentua’ rally, has said it will not pay the government’s proposed e-levy fee.The administration has been slammed since announcing plans to apply the controversial 1.75 percent Electronic Transfer Levy on mobile money transactions last year.
This demonstration is being led by representatives from the opposition party, the National Democratic Congress (NDC), as well as other political parties, civil society organizations, and other recognized organisations.
The demonstration starts from Obra Spot and continues to Kwame Nkrumah Square. Where they climax the whole demonstration.