E-Levy Superman Tweets About E-Levy Showdown In Supreme Court Today
Member of Parliament (MP) for North Tongu Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa has alerted Ghanaians that the Supreme Court of Ghana will hear an application to halt the controversial Electronic Transfer Bill’s implementation (E-Levy).
In March 2022, the Electronic Transfer Bill, also known as the E-Levy Bill, was signed into law.
It levies a 1.75 percent tax on electronic transactions’ value.
The bill’s implementation has been challenged by members of Ghana’s minority party, the National Democratic Congress, who claim it contradicts the 1992 constitution.
Read the Member of Parliament’s Post Below:
Good morning, folks.
Finally, the day for the E-Levy showdown in the Supreme Court is here.
We are ready to fearlessly and uncompromisingly defend and uphold the 1992 Constitution — may God help us.
We deeply appreciate your unflinching solidarity.
What’s your prediction?
— Sam Okudzeto Ablakwa (@S_OkudzetoAblak) May 4, 2022