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Ghanaian businesses will enjoy tax exemptions to enable them employ more citizens and increase profit margins according to Ivor Kobina Greenstreet.

The Convention People’s party’s (CPP) presidential nominee made the disclosure at Yilo Krobo when he engaged ‘trotro’ drivers and mates as well as market women.

His tour took him to Akwapim South in the Eastern Region where he conferred with the chief of Brekusu before pledging to petty traders that a vote for him will translate to soft loans for them.

“My government will give tax breaks to ordinary Ghanaians,” he stressed.

Huge crowds met Mr. Greenstreet and his team at Akropong, Adoagyiri and other areas.

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