The Electronic Transfer Levy is strongly being opposed by the National Democratic Congress (NDC). The NPP believes that the E-levy will increase Ghana's tax-to-GDP from 13% to a targeted 16% but the opposition NDC also insists that the 1.75% tax will overburden Ghanaians. The amount Ghanaians will pay if E-levy is passed pops up (Photo credit: Ghanaweb.com)Source: UGCThe government officials at the town hall meeting have released a document, that gave a fair idea of how much Ghanaians will pay for a MoMo transaction if the e-levy is passed into law in its current state. Ghanaians on social media are not happy with the upcoming charges it is passed into law. Nana Yaa Prempeh:Fiwwwwww the people you campaigned forCelestine Eni:But how does this levy create jobs?
Source: GhanaWeb January 27, 2022 23:47 UTC