Breaking News: President Nana Akufo-Addo Has Break Silence On The E-levy brouhaha

The President of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo has made his administration’s determination clear to pass the controversial Electronic Transaction Levy (E-demand).

Nana Akufo-Addo

Nana Akufo-Addo is the president of the Republic of Ghana, his government recently introduced their intentions to tax mobile money transactions which have raised so many questions in the country. It is clear that most Ghanaians are not happy about this decision by the government.

It can be recalled that the Ghana government provided some support to Ghanaians during the Covid 19 and lockdown period, and it is said that this has affected the economy of Ghana. According to Nana Addo, the public authority in its offer to decrease the weight on Ghanaians during the hotness of the COVID-19 did some consumption, and that has become vital for certain actions to be set up to fill those holes made.

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“Incomes during 2020/2021 went down impressively due to the dialing back of the financial exercises that came from the COVID-19. Simultaneously, government, to make all the difference for the nation, brought about certain consumptions on the free water, the free power. These were the unavoidable costs that administration needed to make,” President Akufo-Addo uncovered while tending to conventional pioneers from Dzodze in the Volta area on Tuesday, first February 2022.

The president of Ghana continued and made it clear that “These are the endeavors that we are currently making which are being opposed by the resistance yet we will attempt to lose the talk. That is the explanation it has become vital for us to utilize these actions like this renowned duty which has caused such a lot of pointless controversy; by the by, we would proceed.”

“not set in stone to endure to ensure that we track down the resources to address a portion of the issues.” President Akufo-Addo added

The Minority in Parliament has dismissed a decrease of the Electronic Transaction duty to 1.5 percent from 1.75 percent.

The most recent decrease was postponed during interviews with the minority on Friday after Thursday’s gathering finished uncertainly.

The Minority drove by its leader Haruna Iddrisu as per Starr News sources dismissed the proposition contending the decrease is immaterial.

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