The Deputy Finance Minister who is also the member of Parliament for Ejisu Constituency, Hon. John Kumah has body revealed that the E-Levy tax has failed now when it comes to the revenues it was expected to generate. He, however, dropped more details about the E-Levy and how the Akufo-Addo government is still hopeful of the E-Levy working.
While speaking in an exclusive interview with Joy New, John Kumah revealed that the E-Levy has failed to generate the needed revenues as we speak now but they are hopeful things will change in the coming months. He revealed that, they are only getting a quota of the amount of money they were expecting from E-Levy.
“ As at now, the E-levy tax has failed to generate the expected revenues but at least we thank God that we have been able to introduce a tax measure that can contribute to our revenues in the country. At the moment, we are still not on a common platform for all the stakeholders when it comes to e-levy revenue collection and so we are hoping that in the coming months we will be uniform and get the revenues well.” John Kumah boldly revealed this on Joy News.
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