We Should Think Of Fixing Street Lights, Potholes Before Big Church For God – MzVee

Hardship has definitely increased in Ghana. I think Ghana is part of the top 5 countries since the Ukraine and Russia war that is like going through it.”

 

MzVee

Singer Vera Hamenoo-Kpedo, better known as MzVee, has added her voice to the concerns over the increasing hardship in Ghana.

According to her , prices of commodities and services have been sky-rocketing these past few years and it is hitting her as well.

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MzVee said she used to fill her vehicle’s fuel tank with GHC300, but that it has now risen to GHC700, making it difficult for her to fill her tank regularly.

She emphasized that she opposes the collection of the electronic transaction levy (E-levy) because she considers it to be double taxation.

“I was filling my tank for about GH300 but now I fill it for close to GH700 so yeah it’s hard in Ghana. I don’t have a good take on E-Levy because I feel like it’s a double taxation situation,” she bemoaned.

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She added: “Hardship has definitely increased in Ghana. I think Ghana is part of the top 5 countries since the Ukraine and Russia war that is like going through it.”

In an interview with the ‘The Pulse’ Ghana on the issue of the National Cathedral, which this portal monitors, the multiple-award-winning Ghanaian musician added that there are many churches in the country Christians belong to.

She stressed that government should prioritize resolving the country’s current economic woes over a National Cathedral.

“I think there are basic things we should look at before we think about building a national cathedral in this country. I feel like for every five minutes there is a church, so why don’t we focus on fixing street lights, fixing potholes, basic things like that before we think about one big church for God,” she stated.

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