JUST IN: Government Lied To Us – Ghanaians Cry As E-levy Is Deducted From GHC50 Transaction -See Evidence

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Have you transacted today? I think you should attempt. Today as known is the start of the e-levy appliance on Mobile money transactions.

Just this morning, a fellow tried sending money to someone and received a shocking response.

In an attempt to send 50 Ghana cedis and successfully send it, an amount of 1.28ghc was charged on it.

This has caused a lot of reactions as the citizenry feels cheated by the government per the conditions attached to the e-levy.

“The government has deceived us, they charged 1.28ghc after I sent 50cedis. I thought they said they are going to charge above 100 cedis and we can freely transact at that minimum per day.”

Could it be a system error? Could it be that the sender had already sent more than the said amount per day to paint the government black by posting this?


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  1. What do you expect? I wish the system should have deducted Gh¢5 out of the Gh¢50 so you can make a louder noise! Shout harder and harder. The E-Levy is in town to stay. Nobody forces you to participate in this transaction.

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