• Thu. Aug 4th, 2022

Support The E-Levy So That We Can Pay You – Road Minister tell contractors

Minister of Roads and Highways Kwesi Amoako-Atta has asked road contractors across the country to help the government pass the electronic levy.

If the e-levy is approved, the government will be able to pay off its debt obligations to them, according to the Minister.

Furthermore, during a meeting with the leadership of the Road Contactors Association, the Minister stated that once the E-Levy is implemented, many of the country’s bad roads will be repaired.

“The road sector will earn its due share of the E-levy once it is deployed. “All government contractors who owe the government money will be compensated,” he stated.

“A number of poor roads will be rectified when the E-Levy is implemented,” he noted. This is due to the fact that all of the contractors we owe will be paid. You will directly gain from its execution.”

“No genuine government will make a farce out of its contractors,” the minister stated emphatically.

Mr. Amoako is a Ghanaian businessman.
Atta also stated that plans are in the works to turn the various toll booths into functional washrooms.

“We even plan to repair all those toll booth facilities to give suitable and decent washrooms for use by motorists,” the minister said. This is to avoid instances where motorists stop randomly to relieve themselves.”

The Minister’s comments come after a series of appeals to Ghanaians by Akufo-administration Addo’s officials about the need for the e-levy.

They claim that if the levy is adopted, Ghana will reap significant benefits.

This is because a large number of employment and infrastructure will be created as a result.

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