As part of a nationwide public campaign on the Electronic Transfer Levy (E-levy), the Information Service Department (ISD) in the Upper East Region in collaboration with the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) from today, Friday 20th May, 2022 has commenced a public education campaign to sensitize the citizenry on the Electronic Transfer Levy (E-levy) introduced by the government.
The campaign seeks to educate the general public to understand and appreciate the importance of the new levy.
A press release signed by the Upper East Regional Director of the Information Services, Bennin Douri Issifu, and copied to A1 Radio said the campaign will be carried out through the use of the information vans throughout all principal streets, public places, use of jingles, radio and FM stations, vitiation of churches and mosques, and the use of Community Information Centers (CICs).
“Officers of the department across all Municipal and District Assemblies are well prepared and ready to execute this important national assignment.”
To ensure a resounding success in this public education campaign, the Information Services Department is appealing to all MDCEs, Regional Coordinating Council, Traditional Rulers, Religious Leaders, and the Media to offer the needed assistance to the Information Officers who have been deployed across the region to conduct this national assignment.
Source: A1Radioonline.com|101.1Mz|Joshua Asaah|Bolgatanga|Ghana