Not long ago a discovery was made on social media where by a user paid big amount of money like GHc 7,400 on an imported MacBook Pro laptop and has surprised many users, it was noticed after the tax invoice of the laptop was posted on Twitter.
The tax invoice was shared on a page of a Twitter user with the name @justicea83 saying, “This is how much I spent on MacBook Pro as duty”.
Many Ghanaians we’re alerted and reacted to the post, complaining and saying things like the system itself is a weapon against the citizens to bring their downfall.
Another Twitter user with the same experience also posted on his page, to receive an imported iPhone 12 and S22 ultra he has pay almost GHc 300 as tax.
He commented that I still have pay almost GHc300 through DHL as tax for imported iPhone 12 S22 ultra meanwhile with others speculations the user could’ve purchased more than one MacBook Pro to pay such big amount.
He complained saying that we can’t produce laptops of our own but we manage to charge huge amount of money as taxes on the few that can be imported which is not good for the betterment of the country.
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