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

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BREAKING: Gov't Agrees To Withdraw E-Levy From Parliament

A piece of breaking news reaching us at OccupyGh.com indicates that Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta in the name of the Government of Ghana has agreed to withdraw the controversial E-levy in Parliament.

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However, there is a catch… the withdrawal is to enable the reintroduction after a careful assessment and possibly reduction of the rate by the Finance Minister.

This was made public by the Deputy Majority Leader.

Alexander Afenyo-Markin said the government will withdraw the controversial levy on Tuesday, February 15.

Presenting the business statement for Parliament next week, the Effutu MP said the government will reintroduce the E-levy Friday, February 18.

According to Joy News’ Parker Wilson, the reintroduced levy be at a reviewed percentage of 1.5.

More details shortly. Visit OccupyGh.com for more related stories.

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