Nsawam Adoagyiri Member of Parliament, Frank Annoh-Dompre has accused his colleague lawmaker for North Tongu, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, of dishonesty regarding the latter’s assessment of the E-levy proposal in the 2022 budget statement.
Mr Ablakwa had described the E-levy as e-robbery. He has called for a united front to reject the proposal.
“This is how humongous the e-Transaction Levy Services is. We must unite and foil this e-Robbery!” he tweeted on Sunday December 5.
But Annoh-Dompreh said Ablakwa’s comments smacked of dishonesty.
“It is dishonest to conclude that indicative costs for services shows wrongdoing. Obviously, GRA, which will take the lead with the revenue collection, is no one’s personal company.
“If it becomes necessary to include a third party, transparent procurement processes will apply,” he also tweeted.
Again, the fact that you conveniently ignored allocations for YouStart, Agenda 111 & GhanaCARES shows the intended mischief of these baseless allegations. I suggest you confer with your leaders in Parliament and provide an evidence based critique rather than these speculations.