When Parliament reconvenes on January 25, 2021, Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta has stated that the Electronic Transaction Levy (E-Levy) Bill will be resubmitted. In a press conference on Wednesday, the Minister stated that the E-levy is crucial to the recovery of Ghana's economy".
During the period when the parliamentarians were debating as to whether the e-levy bill should be rejected or pass, most communicators and the MPs themselves made it look as if e-levy is the only means that will transform Ghana's economy miraculously. Today, the information minister who doubles as the Member of Parliament for the Ofoase Ayirebi constituency, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has debunked all claims that the e-levy will solve all of Ghana's problem.
You’ve Borrowed Ghs 220 Billion In 5 Years: Top Journalist Boldly Descends On Akufo Addo Over E-Levy
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The recent circulating news that has undoubtedly sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms was when another top journalist boldly descended on the incumbent President, Nana Akufo Addo over the most anticipated 2022 budget containing the E-levy.
Please follow me to get access to all my newly published articles. The recent circulating news that has undoubtedly sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms was when a top journalist sent another bold message to the speaker of parliament, Alban Bagbin over his security issues alongside E-levy brouhaha in the country
Please like and share this article. Don't forget to leave a comment about how you think of this article. Please follow me to access my newly published articles. The National Communications Director of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Sammy Gyamfi has said in an interview that the Electronic Levy Bill (E-Levy) is now popularly known as the ‘Bawumia Tax’.
The biggest political event that climaxed the activities of the eight Parliament in 2021 is the brawl that characterized the proposed E-levy. The E-levy will be one of the key things to consider when Parliament comes back from its recess. Reviewing the political activities in 2021, Kojo Yankson of Joy News, Ama Pratt, and Kwame Owusu Danso of Pan Africa TV, joined the host, David Attoh to scrutinize the political activities of the year under review, on Pan Africa TV, ( on January 6).
One of the principal highlights of the one-year-antique 8th Parliament of Ghana has been the Executive's relentless attempt to make sure that Parliament passes the Electronic Transaction Levy (E-levy) earlier than the House closing went on recess. But will the Akufo-Addo led authorities overview the 1.75% tax on all digital transactions?
One of Ashanti Region's children's park has now turned into a 'trade fair center' for drug dealers. This was disclosed by the Assemblymember of Afful Nkwanta electoral area. Children's Park is supposed to be a place where kids play and get to know each other.
Captain Smart is back again on Onua TV with his 'ranting' on politicians and the government as well. According to Captain Smart, the government should not think of bringing any E-levy issue to the floor of Parliament again. According to him, the president is very wicked and he believes that the president want to allegedly use military interference in the house of Parliament in order for the house to accept the E-levy.
Please Like and Share this article. Don't forget to leave a comment about what you think about the E-Levy. We would love to know what you also think. Please follow me for more updates. Ghanaians have descended heavily on the Interior Minister and Member of Parliament for Nandom Constituency, Ambrose Dery for defending the Electronic Levy Bill also known as E-Levy.
Member of Parliament for Ofoase-Ayirebi constituency and Minister for Information, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah was featured on Kessben FM's morning programme Maakye. On the morning show, Hon Kojo Oppong Nkrumah made a revelation which has struck a conversation currently going on. The main topic of the show was about E-levy and how government can generate enough money to undertake developmental projects.
The Electronic Transaction Levy (E-levy) that was recently put before parliament by the ruling New Patriotic Party (NPP), and the Finance Minister, Hon. Ken Ofori-Atta has now become one of the most talked about matter in the country. The Finance Minister with the ruling party which stands as the majority in parliament have tried giving clearer explanations for the need to implement this E-levy but the opposition National Democratic Congress (NDC) party minority caucus would also not agree with them.
(E-levy): Many businesses are done on phone now and they must all pay taxes-Professor Kwaku Mawutor.
Professor Kwaku Mawutor, speaking to Akuoko Kwaterng on Kessben Tv Amansan Ntie Program this morning has urged Ghanaians to accept the E-levy. According to him many businesses are ran on the phone these days but do not pay taxes and that the introduction of E-levy will help the government generate lot of funds for the country.
The debate as to whether E-levy should be accepted or not has already begun this year. Many people are still arguing about why the E-levy should still not be accepted whiles others have also shown their support for the introduction of the E-levy. National Communication Director for the New Patriotic Party, Yaw Buabeng Asamoah has earlier today "opened" a fresh debate on the E-levy.
8th January 2022 The founder of a civil society organisation called Alliance for Social Equity and Public Accountability (ASEPA), Mr. Mensah Thompson has revealed that the Nana Addo Government is planning to engage the millitary in passing the E Levy bill when Parliament resumes later this month.
The road minister Honourable Akwasi Amoako Atta has finally spoken about the e-levy. Honourable Akwasi Amoako Atta made his words known when he visited Tamale. According to Honourable Akwasi Amoako Atta, Ghanaians must accept the E-levy policy. This is because, it will bring a lot of development in the country.
Roads and Highways Minister, Kwasi Amoako-Atta has encouraged Ghanaians to support the proposed e-levy as it will be of benefit to all. He voiced his opinion during an inspection exercise of the two-tier Tamale interchange in the Northern region. Kwasi Amoako-Atta said that the e-levy will lead to the growth and development of the country.
Ghanaian Gospel musician Hermon Cyrus Kwesi Nhyira Oteng popularly known as Cwesi Oteng , has expressed his support for the E-Levy in a recent interview with Zionfelix. During the interview, Cwesi Oteng remarked that every time he is taxed by his service provider, he is glad. The gospel singer stated that the country is so divided that it is difficult to voice one's views on anything without being labeled as a member of a political party.
Gospel artiste, Cwesi Oteng, has openly supported the government's arrangement to introduce the Electronic Transaction Levy, prominently known as E-levy. As per him, development is expensive; hence he is glad to contribute something to help the government in building the country as they have promised.
Gospel artiste, Cwesi Oteng, has straightforwardly upheld the public authority's arrangement to present the Electronic Transaction Levy, prominently known as E-levy. As per him, improvement is costly; henceforth he is glad to contribute something to help the public authority in building the country as they have guaranteed.