E-levy doesn’t make a single sense! – Legon students angrily react

    Earlier on, NDC’s Sammy Gyamfi has made it emphatic that it beats his imagination for the current government to introduce a tax on savings.

    He said the Electronic Transfer Levy, popularly known as the e-levy, is esoteric in the scheme of taxation in Ghana, describing it as “ridiculous”.

    “In Ghana, under our tax regime, we do not tax savings,” he told Johnnie Hughes on TV3‘s New Day on Tuesday, February 1, citing the Value Added Tax (VAT) and others as taxation on expenditure.

    He, therefore, concluded: “E-levy is not a tax. It is theft.”

    It’s at the back of this E-levy brouhaha that students of University of Ghana students have added their voice to the national debate in chit-chat with Pulse Ghana.

    In the voice of the students, the infamous E-ley doesn’t make a single sense whenever they reminisce.




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