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NDC WILL REDUCE TAXES IMPOSED BY AKUFO ADDO GOV’T – John Mahama

On the occasion of International Youth Day, former president John Mahama, who is running for president in the 2024 general elections on behalf of the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC), promised to foster a generation of young people with entrepreneurial skills and to create an environment that encourages investment by reducing the burden of taxes levied by the New Patriotic Party (NPP) administration of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo.

The former President lamented the increasing rates of unemployment, growing living expenses, and the lack of chances for young people that have left many of them hopeless, and he pledged to fight to make a swift turnaround for the youth.

For me, John Dramani Mahama, and the National Democratic Congress (NDC), we are committed to urgently turning this situation around by paving the way for nurturing a generation of skilled youth.

A new NDC administration will work urgently to equip our youth with the entrepreneurial knowledge and skills needed for a sustainable future. We will introduce a 24-hour economy with incentives and tax breaks for manufacturers who will run extra shifts to create more room for employment.

We will work to ease the burden of taxes imposed by this NPP administration on Ghanaian businesses and investors, which has robbed Ghana of its envious position as one of Africa’s leading destinations for investment,” he said in a statement celebrating the youth last Saturday.

He celebrated the invaluable contributions of the youth to national development, describing them as the driving force of positive change and innovation.

“I celebrate the creativity, enterprise, and passion of Ghana’s youth. I want to use this occasion to highlight the importance of our young people as the driving force of positive change and innovation,” he noted in the statement.

 

 

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