The Deputy Finance Minister, John Kumah has asked organizations against declining to acknowledge Mobile Money payment for exchanges. Deputy Finance Minister John Kumah has forewarned Ghanaian firms that declining to acknowledge Mobile Money payment is unlawful.
This comes after open clamor that a few firms are declining to acknowledge Mobile Money payments inspired by a paranoid fear of it is removed to be burdened when the cash.
Adakabre Frimpong Manso, who had a comparable encounter attempting to purchase petroleum in Ejisu by means of Mobile Money exchange, fought to the Minister, who likewise is the region’s MP.
In light of the objection, John Kumah expressed that the public authority expected this during the beginning phases of the E-Levy execution.
He said that since this is another thing, general society ought to be questionable from the get go, yet that with time, they will acquire a superior comprehension of the E-levy.
The Deputy Finance Minister, then again, reminded these organizations that the sooner they embrace the E-levy, the better, in light of the fact that declining to offer an item or administration to somebody simply because they need to pay with Mobile Money is unlawful.