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BREAKING: Gov’t Agrees To Withdraw E-Levy From Parliament (Exclusive Details)

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JoyNews is reporting that government has resolved to withdraw the controversial E-levy from parliament.

Majority of Ghanaians have kicked against the introduction of the proposed 1.75% tax on elecronic transactions.

The minority in parliament have also resisted the implementation the levy.

Jamaludeen Abdullah, Minister of Youth and Sports suffered cuts from a sharp object when E-levy debate on the floor of parliament on Monday, December 20, 2021 ended in exchange of blows.

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Despite stiff opposition, government is going round the nation with its Town Hall meetings to convince the populace to accept the passage of the levy.

Video: Ken Ofori-Atta very sick

Latest information suggest that Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta will withdraw the controversial e-levy in parliament on Tuesday.

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According to JoyNews, ‘Majority Leader Alexander Afenyo Markin has revealed that the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, will withdraw the controversial e-levy in Parliament and re-introduce same.

‘Government will withdraw the controversial levy on Tuesday, February 15…but it ‘will be reintroduced on Friday, February 18 at a reviewed percentage of 1.5’.

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