Today, the Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta read the Asempa Budget which is meant to restore hope in Ghana and also propel the private sector in the country to the highest level.
Well, one thing that ‘caught the eye’ of Ghanaians is the tax reliefs provided by the government. Government mentioned that these taxes which they described as nuisance tax have ben scrapped.
One of the reliefs which got Ghanaians on social media talking and jubilating is the abolition of taxes on imported spare parts.
See some Tweets on abossey Okai:
The streets Of Abossey Okai make lit right now pic.twitter.com/lwodwduZZg
— Enzo The Baker (@jayberete) March 2, 2017
People of Abossey Okai revive the Onaapo song after they heard tax free on spare parts importation 😂👯 #Budget2017 pic.twitter.com/NxfqK0n2Gz
— Nana Ba (@NanaTence) March 2, 2017
— Gyebi IV (@Koo_The_Boy) March 2, 2017
When you a dealer in Abossey Okai n u heard the duties on spare parts has been abolished #Budget2017 pic.twitter.com/FFpBqriZMx
— BOB SKINNY🇬🇭 (@bobskinnygh) March 2, 2017
when u told ur brother he should get a shop at abossey okai but he opted for Accra mall😂😂😂 pic.twitter.com/Ol9VWj9ZMr
— Kojo protein (@kojoprotein) March 2, 2017