The controversial E-Levy tax has commenced today, May 1, 2022 as announced by the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA).
The tax kicked off at exactly 12:00am on the Workers Day, in Ghana amidst protests from a section of Ghanaians who believe a 1.5% tax on electronic transactions is too much for them.
Minority in Parliament led by the main opposition, National Democratic Congress (NDC) schemed severally to stop the passage and subsequent implementation.
But the protests could not stop the implementation.
Ghanaians have started posted screenshots of how deductions have been made on their transactions.
Below are some of the screenshots: