The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) is responsible for assessing, collecting and accounting for tax revenue in Ghana.
Their core mandate is to ensure maximum compliance with all relevant tax law is in order to ensure a sustainable revenue stream for the government, trade facilitation and a controlled and safe flow of goods across the country’s borders.
In a new post they shared on social media following the virality of Mrs. Appiah and Oswald Gennuh over the ‘Our Day’ list which saw over 60 companies and individuals making donations to them, the company has joked that the duo should file their taxes in that regard.
The post says Oswald is very young so he would be exempted from filing his tax but Mrs. Appiah should get ready to do the needful.
We can’t authoritatively vouch for the authenticity of this supposed post from GRA but we’ll definitely update you if there should be any further development.
— Pulse Ghana (@PulseGhana) July 30, 2021
Oswald explains why his class teacher, Mrs Appiah is the first person on his 'our day' list.
— JoyNews (@JoyNewsOnTV) July 30, 2021
A moment like no other, a memorable one, this time the teacher's reward wasn't in heaven but right here on earth – Accra.
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