GRA boss must go: Private citizens petition parliament
About 25 private citizens led by Charles Tuffuor have petitioned Parliament over the continuous stay of two senior officials of the Ghana Revenue Authority (GRA) despite attaining the mandatory retirement age of 60 years and their contracts expiring.
They want Director General of the GRA Rev. Dr. Amishaddai Owusu-Amoah and the revenue generation officer of GRA, Juliana Essiam removed from office.
The group defied the rains in Accra Friday morning, 24 March 2023, and picketed the GRA office to push their demand.
They are currently in parliament to petition lawmakers.
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