Member of Parliament for the Ningo Prampram Constituency, Samuel Nartey George has said that in the next weeks he will provide information concerning the create, loot, and share that is taking place at the Ministry of Finance in relation to the projected E-Levy collection.
The allocation of 241 million Ghana cedis for the collection of the E-Levy, according to Sam George, is yet another create, plunder, and share by this government.
Sam George believes it is absurd for the government to pay a business 241 million Ghana cedis to collect an E-Levy that is intended to be used to address Ghanaians’ needs.
He inquired as to why the government requires a new entity to collect these taxes and why they cannot use existing platforms.
“We don’t need a create, loot, and scheme where the ministry of Finance has already chosen a company, and in the coming weeks, I will be releasing information on the ministry of Finance’s create, loot, and share.”
According to Sam George, the Ministry of Finance has already chosen a business to receive the 241 million Ghana cedis and has brought in new shareholders to change the existing shareholding of the company to accommodate the interests of those who are cooking the transaction.