He expressed his optimism in the bill getting the needed support to push through after extensive consultations. “After extensive consultations, the E-levy will be re-submitted to Parliament this month. New year, same old insensitivity,” he wrote on his Facebook timeline on January 20, 2022. It will be recalled that in December 2022, a vote on the controversial bill ended in fisticuffs as MPs on both sides of the house violently disagreed on some voting processes. The E-levy bill if passed in its current form will see a 1.75% rate slapped on all electronic transactions including mobile money.
Source: GhanaWeb January 22, 2022 08:31 UTC