“Francis Couldn’t Show His Face” : Bridget Otoo Questions The Identity Of A Man In E-Levy Advert


Bridget Otoo, Ghanaian media figure, has questioned the identification of a man in an E-Levy advertising film.

In a video published on Twitter by His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwah Akufo-Addo, a man named Francis, who appears to be an actor, speaks about the E-Levy with his back to the camera.

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Ghanaians have been urged to support the E-Levy by President Akuffo Addo. In response to the video, Bridget Otoo stated,

“Francis couldn’t show his face,”… “What e-dey fear if what he’s saying is true. It just tells you how unpopular the policy is that an actor paid to feature in this, failed to reveal his identity.

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According to Bridget Otoo, the fact that an actor paid to appear in the film failed to divulge his face demonstrates how contentious the policy is.

The following is a quote from Bridget Otoo’s tweet;

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In case you haven’t watched the advert shared by the President in promotion of the e-levy, the video is displayed below. Nana Akufo-Addo captioned the video;