Albert Kan-Dapaah, Ghana’s Minister for National Security, wants “enhanced cooperation” between state security and tax collectors.
It looked like the ruling NPP tried to break procedure to enact a new tax but some say it was a misunderstanding about using the toilet.
Ghana’s government imposed a surprise new tax, gave a tax cut, and seemingly found tax leaks within the space of just 3 weeks.
Ghana’s Communications Minister Ursula Owusu-Ekuful says her national RA audit has stopped telcos from cheating their taxes, so why is she not prosecuting them for tax evasion?
Ghana’s government rejected claims that corruption was behind the appointment of KelniGVG as their national RA auditors.
Whilst the government boasts of securing the ability to audit telco revenues in ‘real time’, the reality is Ghana’s taxpayers are paying for an expensive mechanism to tax themselves.
Ghana’s government paid two different firms to audit telco revenues, but say they did no work. So now they are paying yet more money to a third RA vendor.