GRA on warpath; shuts down Accra Mall game shopping centre over E-Vat invoicing system

Bright Nana Amfoh, Accra – The Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) is on the warpath against businesses failing to comply with Electronic-Vat System.

The latest to suffer the wrath of Ghana’s revenue mobilization body is the game-hopping centre at the Accra Mall. The facility has been shut down for non-compliance with the E-VAT invoicing system.

The Ghana Revenue Authority has so far shut down 10 supermarkets and shops due to non-compliance. Also, to have suffered the wrath of the Ghana Revenue Authority are the China Mall, Palace Mall, and the Chinese regal restaurant all in Accra.

Customers who were in the middle of transactions were made to move out and the shop was locked.

A Deputy Commissioner of Operations in charge of the Domestic Tax Revenue Division, Kwasi Eghan, cautioned all businesses to comply with regulations.

“I am sure some people are just trying to see what will happen if they do not hook on, we will close you down. If we close you down, you are not going to reopen until we are done with the process of hooking you up. ” He said.

The Ghana Revenue Authority has warned it will be closing down shops and supermarkets which refuse to comply with the Electronic Invoicing System.

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