TV host and broadcast journalist, Randy Abbey has brilliantly asked the National Communication Officer for the National Democratic Congress, Sammy Gyamfi a simple question about momo tax introduced by NPP government and Sammy Gyamfi brilliantly replied him with a simple answer on good morning Ghana show today.
Sammy Gyamfi was talking about how government has imposed unbearable hardship on Ghanaians but trying to avoid the blames and Randy Abbey interrupted him on the show and asked him question about momo tax.
Randy Abbey stated that if for example two people goes to supper market and purchase items and one person pays with physical money and other person pays with momo, will government still deducts the 1.75% E- Levy from the person who paid with momo?
Sammy Gyamfi reacting to the question stated that he will be deducted.
Randy Abbey: Sammy Gyamfi how come? The person is just purchasing an item at super market but not sending money to any body.
Sammy Gyamfi: the person will pay because the government have deliberately want to punish him for purchasing an item with momo. Have you seen how wicked the government is? This will collapse the telecommunications networks. This is not the first time this momo levy has been introduced. It was introduced in some African countries and the government has to reverse it and reduced the tax they're taking to 0.5% and 30%.
Randy Abbey however did not asked Sammy Gyamfi any further questions again as Sammy Gyamfi brilliantly answered him which saw him keep his mouth close on the show.
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