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GRA reacts to charges of carried fuel at Customs Division
The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) has responded to a distribution making adjusts via web-based media that ensnares the Customs Division of the Authority.
The GRA, in an official statement, depicted the distribution as bogus and prevented claims from getting its Customs Division carrying fuel contained in two vessels destined for Cote D'Ivoire from Togo.
"The Authority sees these charges as wicked and vindictive since they have no legitimacy," read an extract of the public statement.
The GRA, sorting the records out, noticed that the principal vessel named 'MT RandI' caught by the applicable offices – GRA, Ghana Maritime Authority and the Ghana Navy – in Takoradi in May 2020, was appropriately accompanied out of Ghana's regional waters after examinations uncovered that the vessel was in a terrible shape and could be dangerous to nature.
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