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SOCIETY

For The First Time, People Didn't Turn Up For Christmas In My Hometown - Dr. Benedicta Yayra

A Member of the Communication Team of the National Democratic Congress (NDC), Dr. Benedicta Yayra, has revealed that this year's Christmas is very dry because, for the first time, people in her hometown didn't turn up for Christmas due to the high cost of transportation.

  24 days ago ago
For The First Time, People Didn't Turn Up For Christmas In My Hometown - Dr. Benedicta Yayra

POLITICS

E-Levy controversy has proven that democracy is dead in the Ghanaian politics [Opinion]

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.

  14 days ago ago
E-Levy controversy has proven that democracy is dead in the Ghanaian politics [Opinion]

ECONOMY-FINANCE

The E-Levy Is One Of The Smartest Initiative By This Government - Dr. Kweku Mensah Mawutor

A Lecturer at the University of professional studies, Dr. Kweku Mensah Mawutor, has indicated that the electronic transaction levy (E-levy) proposed by the government in the 2022 budget is one of the smartest initiatives by this current administration. Dr. Kweku Mensah Mawutor made this statement on 'HOT NEWS' on Pan Africa television yesterday, 17th November 2021, when he reacted to the proposed introduction of the electronic transaction levy by the government.

  2 months ago ago
The E-Levy Is One Of The Smartest Initiative By This Government - Dr. Kweku Mensah Mawutor

POLITICS

NPP Never Wants To Play It Fair: NDC MP Cries Out As He Accuses NPP Of Cheating In E-Levy Approval

The issue of the approval of the controversial Electronic Transaction Levy (E-Levy) has received stiff opposition from Ghanaians most especially from the Minority Caucus in Parliament. There was a scuffle in Parliament yesterday as the E-Levy was tabled on the floor of Parliament to be voted upon for it to be approved or disapproved.

  1 month ago ago
NPP Never Wants To Play It Fair: NDC MP Cries Out As He Accuses NPP Of Cheating In E-Levy Approval

POLITICS

“NDC Man Bothered About NPP Losing 2024 Elections” – NPP Man Laughs Off Bagbin’s e-Levy Claims

The controversial Electronic Transaction Levy (e-Levy) has been the matter for discussion among Ghanaians in recent times. Many Ghanaians especially the Minority Caucus in Parliament have shown their strong disapproval for the unpopular tax which would put extra burden on Ghanaians. The Speaker of Ghana’s Parliament, Rt.

  1 month ago ago
“NDC Man Bothered About NPP Losing 2024 Elections” – NPP Man Laughs Off Bagbin’s e-Levy Claims

POLITICS

Kwabena Duffuor fights govt over E-levy; says it is double taxation

The controversial Electronic Transaction Levy, E-levy, continue to gather resistance from Ghanaians and top economists. The latest to wade into the discussion is Dr Kwabena Duffuor, the former finance minister under the administration of John Evans Attah-Mills. According to Duffuor, the E-levy will amount to double taxation arguing that taxes and levies are imposed on gifts, consumptions, income and assets.

  1 month ago ago
Kwabena Duffuor fights govt over E-levy; says it is double taxation

ECONOMY-FINANCE

Ghana's Budget 2022, Government Taxes MoMo Transactions.

The government has proposed to impose a 1.75 per cent levy on mobile money and other electronic transactions that exceed GH¢100 per a day. The proposal is part of efforts by the government to raise revenues to Execute its development agenda. The levy is contained in the 2022 budget presented by The Finance Minister, Mr Ken Ofori-Atta.

  2 months ago ago
Ghana's Budget 2022, Government Taxes MoMo Transactions.

ECONOMY-FINANCE

1.75% E-Levy: Pressure On Momo Vendors as Customers Rush to Withdraw their Deposits.

Following the 2022 Budget Statement which was presented to the house of Parliament on Wednesday, 17th November 2021, most Ghanaians have flooded some Momo vending points in the country to withdraw their existing deposits from their accounts. This was confirmed by the Public Relations Officer of the Mobile Money Operators in Ghana, Mr Adu Gyamfi in an interview.

  2 months ago ago
1.75% E-Levy: Pressure On Momo Vendors as Customers Rush to Withdraw their Deposits.