Multiple award winning comedienne Queen of comedy Ghana, broadcaster, CEO of Afia Schwarzenegger multimedia and an ambassador of orphans Ghana has got massive stir online. According to Afia Schwarzenegger the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) should start arresting Celebrities who has failed to honor their "Celebrity Tax".
Controversial fearless woman who can talk without favor anyone boldly revealed that, when His Excellence Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo the president of the Republic of Ghana introduce the Celebrities tax, they made it clear that they're going to pay the tax. She said.
She reveals that, apart from Becca and Jackie Appiah non of the Celebrities have paid their tax. GH¢10,000 Ghana cedis you can't pay and you want the country to be fix. Afia said she's going to pay her own on Monday ,so the GRA should come out and do their job.
The GRA should also arrest the defaulters. Afia Schwarzenegger added.
She added that, The County can be fix if you pay your taxes.
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