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    E-levy will be charged on transactions not persons – Matthew Opoku Prempeh

    Ghanaian medical doctor cum Minister of Energy, Matthew Opoku Prempeh has thrown more light on the E-levy introduced by the government

    E-levy on transactions has been trending on social media because people think, the government didn’t have charge electronic transactions

    On Wednesday, 18th November 2021, the Minister of Finance, Kenneth Nana Yaw Ofori-Atta declares that 1.75% will be placed on electronic transactions

    The Vice-President, Dr. Bawumia disclosed one year ago that, “he doesn’t believe mobile money transactions should be taxed “

    Ghanaians don’t understand why the government is going to place a 1.75% levy on electronic transactions

    In the new development, the Minister of Energy, Matthew Opoku Prempeh was interviewed on TV3 and he explained that E-levy is going to be charged on transactions, not the person involved in the activity

    Watch the video beneath;


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