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Ghanaians should pay 1% E-levy tax. The minority finally agrees to the electronic tax.

The matters relating to the 2022 budget has finally been agreed upon by both parties of parliament. This week was flooded with a lot of chaos erupting from the parliament of Ghana.

The minority was in opposition to the E-levy tax but at a different rate. Haruna Iddrisu was one of the people who honoured the 10th anniversary of the Ghana Chamber of Telecommunications held in Accra. He made it known that the minority have agreed to accept the E-levy but at a rate of 1% instead of the initial 1.75%.

He said, "a week ago, it was no won't accept the E-levy. Having listened to officials in government including the finance minister, I am convinced to accept my departure from no won't accept to accepting one percent E-levy tax.

Do you support the percentage they are settling on or you don't want the tax to be charged at all. Submit your comments in the comment t section below.


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