NPP MP Proudly Tell Constituents “You Don’t Have To Worry About eLevy Because Most Of You Are Poor”

Mr. Abanga in advancing an argument, states that the village folk in Binduri do not transact and receive money transfers beyond Ghs100 which is within the exemption threshold of deduction by the e-levy if it is implemented.

The MP who doubles Deputy Minister for Works and Housing explained that the levy is only applicable to those who do electronic transactions that exceed Ghs100 which residents and traders in Binduri do not fall under.

Abdulai Abanga

The only NPP MP in the Upper East Region made these comments in an interview on a local television channel, Maxx Empire monitored by

“…Government has told us that if you are doing electronic transactions and it is not up to Ghs100, you will not pay the e-levy.I went round Binduri and asked how many people make or receive transactions beyond Ghs100 in a day? And I want you to check and ask how many receive more than that amount in a day…” He stated.


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