Government has extended its contract with Subah Infosolutions, the company monitoring Ghana’s revenue in the telecommunication sector.
A letter dated December 1, 2016 and signed by the Commissioner-General of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA), George Blankson said,
“We wish to inform you that Subah Infosolutions Ghana Limited has been granted approval to continue the role of monitoring revenue from the telecommunication companies on behalf of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA).”
It added, “We wish to request that you continue to grant access to Messrs Subah Infosolutions Ghana Limited to your physical network nodes in accordance with the provisions of the Communications Service Tax (Amendment) Act 2013 (Act 864).”
The announcement also comes at a time that the NDC government is preparing to exit power and hand over to the NPP government.
The letter, copied to the Telecommunication chamber as well as the various telecommunication companies in the country, further said the contract extension has been approved by the Minister of Finance.
The telecommunication companies include Vodafone, Tigo, Airtel, MTN and Glo.
Subah Infosolutions is a Ghanaian Information Technology solutions company, and was adjudged The Best Telecom Traffic Monitoring Solution Company of the year 2016 at the annual Africa Telecoms, Fraud, and Revenue Assurance & Risk Management Forum 2016.
By: Anita Arthur/citibusinessnews.com/Ghana