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Why you should look forward to 2022




If you take a look at your calendar right now, you can comfortably begin to officially countdown the hours to the end of the year 2021 and that should be fun to do actually.


That should also be enough to relive all the highs and the lows, the ups and the downs, the good and the bad, as well as the expected and unexpected things from the dying year.

Without a doubt, the year 2021 has been one of the most eventful ones since the millennium started, and simply considering how much a showdown this Eighth Parliament of Ghana’s current republic has given all of us, albeit good and bad, you can agree that the year was truly unlike any other.

But 2022 is likely to be an even better version of the year 2021,  we try to bring your mind to some of the things that you might never have considered as expectations going into the New Year.

Just because our introduction touched briefly on parliament, it is fair to start this listicle with the expectations of what the House will be giving us in the New Year.

Already, with many stages of the current budget before the House gone by: from the historic rejection to the controversial overturn and eventual approval, to the first chaotic scenes in the Chamber, compounded by the fisticuffs that occurred later, the document has not been fully approved yet..


At least for the most predominant new introduction of an Electronic Levy (E-Levy) by the Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo-led government, with the Minority Members of Parliament, being supported by civil societies, bent on rejecting the 1.75% levy, people should really look out for it in 2022.

It is unclear when parliament will resume exactly since, during its last sitting, an indefinite suspension was declared.

The year 2021 will not go out without the mention of the unprecedented number of court cases that prominent showbiz personalities have been involved in.

This is also particularly unique because of the new energy and confidence that has been brought to the Ghana Police Service since its new head, the Inspector General of Police, COP Dr George Akuffo Dampare, took charge of things.

Without giving any room for indiscipline to fester, the IGP has ensured that all have fallen in line with the law.

Through his proactiveness, big names such as Shatta Wale and Medikal are currently facing the law.






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