Thanks For Making Ghana A Cashless Country – Ghanaians Cry Over E-Levy


The Parliament has finally passed the highly opposed and controversial Electronic Transfer Levy.

This comes after the House considered the bill after its third reading, with the Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin, in the seat.

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Prior to the passage of the Bill, the Minority caucus in Parliament staged a walkout right before the question was put before the house.

Some Ghanaians who did not receive this news on a good note have reacted to the newly passed policy on Twitter

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Most Twitter users have used the opportunity to react to the news by retweeting a post made by Ghana’s first lady for her husband whose birthday happens to be today.