CEO Adonai Estate Ltd, Pastor Bright Adonai has added his voice to the growing concern surrounding the proposed Electronic Transaction Levy popularly being refered to as E-Levy.
On 17th November 2021,
Finance minister Ken Ofori-Atta announced the Government of Ghana’s decision to tax all electronic transactions in the informal sector to cover the tax net.
He made this known in the 2022 budget statement and economic policy which was read in parliament.
Sharing his opinion on the implementation of the E-Levy, the fast rising entrepreneur stated: “The E-Levy is now a concern to everyone, I am also part, I don’t think it is bad thing, but I think the timing is wrong”
Pastor Bright Adonai is a Land Consultant, Construction Expert, Marketer, Real Estate Developer, as well as the Founder & CEO, Adonai Estate LTD.
He spoke in an interview with Paul Mensah-Anku on Global 105.1 FM.
Listen to the full audio below.