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National boycott of MoMo, e-transactions will result in any other U-turn

MP for Madina, Attorney Francis Xavier Sosu

E-Levy will probably be re-submitted to Parliament

E-Levy to have an effect on monetary digital transactions

E-Levy to pose severe safety threats if passed-Madina MP

The MP for Madina, Francis-Xavier Sosu has added his voice to requires the suspension of the Digital Transactions Invoice (E-Levy) pronouncing it is going to result in a national boycott of the use of digital transactions.

Mr. Sosu in a tweet said “Like E-Levy, this govt has at all times not noted to interact stakeholders sooner than implementation of main insurance policies therefore their failure. Despite the fact that E-levy passes which I doubt, the standard national boycotts of MOMO and e-transactions will simplest result in any other shameful U-turn.”

The Human Rights Attorney intimated that taking a look at contemporary financial demanding situations of unemployment and financial hardships, as opposed to coup d’états in neighbouring international locations akin to Burkina Faso, Mali, and Guinea, going forward to go the E-levy even after a number of backlashes may pose severe threats to Ghana’s safety and democratic balance.

The E-Levy in step with govt will have an effect on cell cash bills, financial institution transfers, service provider bills, and remittances into Ghana.

In the meantime, Digital Transactions Levy (E-Levy) invoice is predicted to be re-laid sooner than parliament on Tuesday, February 1, 2022.

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