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Ghanaians ‘Blast’ Ursula Owusu After Her Statement Over ‘Momo’ E-Levy Finally Pop Up

The recent circulating statement by the communication and digitalization minister, Ursula Owusu that has undoubtedly sparked massive stir, debates and arguments across all social media platforms is the one concerning the E-levy on mobile money.

Speaking in a recent interview on GHOne TV, Ursula Owusu who happens to be the Communication and Digitalization Minister took the privilege to express her thoughts on the new E-levy on mobile money transfers recently implemented by the incumbent government.

The Minister for Communication and Digitalization, Ursula Owusu highlighted that any Ghanaian who is able to transfer over Ghs 100 in these hard times is no longer poor and must be taxed.

“So if cumulatively, you’re sending more than Ghs 100 a day, then you’re earning much more than Ghs 3,000 a month. Any Ghanaian transferring over Ghs 100 is no longer poor and must be taxed”, Ursula Owusu emphatically stated.

Surprisingly, Ursula Owusu also revealed that, with the introduction of the E-levy on Mobile money, the incumbent government is likely to raise over Ghs 500 million monthly and Ghs 9 billion annually from the newly introduced E-levy.

Upon the unexpected statement by the communication and digitalization minister over ‘momo’ E-levy popped up, most Ghanaians took the privilege to express their immense disappointment in the Minister aside sharing their thoughts and opinions over the alarming issue.

Below is a look at some of the comments that came through as individuals shared their respective opinions and concerns over Ursula Owusu’s unexpected message to Ghanaians about the payment of taxes on Ghs 100 mobile money transfer.

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From the above comments, we can clearly notice that most Ghanaians were very disappointed in both the communication minister and the NPP government over the recent budget which contained lots of taxes including the E-levy on Ghs 100 mobile money transfer.

 

 

Source: operanewsapp

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