‘1.75% Momo Tax is high, we can’t pay’ – Nana Aba Anamoah to President Akufo-Addo


Award-winning Ghanaian female journalist Nana Aba Anamaoh has reacted to the 1.75% Momo Tax introduced by the current government.

During the 2022 budget reading yesterday the NPP government introduced a new tax to the public and this tax will be from our mobile money transfer and no more toll paying.

According to the finance minister, a tax of 1.75% will be deducted from all people who send from 100ghc.This new tax seems to have gotten the attention of many citizens and they have taken online to send the government their complaints.

One comment that got xorllai.com is that of the General Manager of GhOne TV, Nana Aba Anamoah who believes the tax is very high and that they cant pay such a huge tax to the government.

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Taking to Twitter she wrote;

“I don’t think @MBawumia’s personal position has changed when he says he ‘doesn’t think mobile money should be taxed.’ It is against everything he’s been trying to achieve over the last 5 years. 1.75% is high @NAkufoAddo. We can’t”.

“100 cedis & above —-> 1.75% Eiiii. Dear @NAkufoAddo, 1.75% is high for something used so frequently. Kindly reconsider,” she continued.

“What happened? What changed? Where did this 1.75% on 100 cedis and above come from? @NAkufoAddo & @MBawumia, this is draconian.”


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