Prince David Osei tells Akufo-Addo: Taxing Ghanaians over free water and electricity makes us looks stupid after campaigning for you

Ghanaian Actor Prince David Osei has expressed disappointment in President Akuffo Addo following government’s decision to tax Ghanaians for the provision of free water and electricity amidst the Coronavirus pandemic last year.

The Ghanaian Actor believes the action by the president makes actors who campaigned for the President in the December election look stupid .

“Pls, Mr President I believe in you! There can be another way of recuperating the money lost other then citizens paying for the free usage of water and electricity you affectionately offered to them. Thank You @nakufoaddo ❤️” ,  he wrote on facebook.

He added “If we campaigned for #4More4Nana to do more on the premise of free water electricity during the pandemic and we turn around to tax the people, then it makes some of us who championed the course look mindless!”

The government last week introduced new taxes in the 2021 Budget, including a sanitation and pollution levy, a gaming tax and a COVID-19 health levy to help shore up revenue.

The new taxes have since been greeted with mixed reactions, some arguing that it will bring untold hardship to ordinary Ghanaians.

Actors Campaign against Mahama and Dumelo

Madam Lydia Alhassan, the NPP Mp for Ayawaso West prior to the December 7 2020 election  called on some actors/actresses and other Creative Arts Industry players who have already declared support for the NPP to help in her campaign at Ayawaso West.

The likes of Kalybos, General Ntetia, Cwesi Oteng, Prince David Osei, Bismark the Joke, Bibi Bright and others stormed Ayawaso West  to campaign against their colleague actor, John Dumelo  , the and John Mahama.

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