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AMA begins 2017 revenue mobilisation

The Accra Metropolitan Assembly (AMA) has begun its 2017 revenue mobilisation exercise to collect all monies owed the Assembly by businesses and property owners in the Metropolis.



It, therefore, urged businesses and property owners to leave their receipts of payment at their premises for inspection and that revenue collectors would not entertain any excuses.

This was in statement signed by Mr Sam Ayeh-Datey, the Coordinating Director of the AMA.

It said the AMA revenue collectors would be working during early hours of the day and on weekends to ensure that all monies owed the Assembly were collected.

The AMA said the exercise was very important and urged the rate payers to support it to enable the Assembly to carry out its mandate.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source: GNA

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