The Executives of Abossey Okai Spare Parts Dealers Association has Reiterated their Commitment to embark on a Sit down Strike action against the Ghana Revenue Authority’s Vat Compliance and Invigilation exercise as planned before, despite the alleged unfounded allegations of taking Bribe from Government.
In a press release issued and signed by Mr. Takyi Addo, Head of Communications for Abossey Okai Spare Parts Dealers Association, deny any allegations of taking bribe from the government to influence their stance on the matter.
“Our sit down strike is indeed still on course, and we are resolute in our determination to pursue this cause despite the unfounded allegations of bribery from some disgruntled members within our Association”.
October 25, 2023
For Immediate Release
Abossey Okai Spare Dealers Association Reiterates Commitment to Sit down Strike Amidst Unfounded Allegations of Bribery
October 25, 2023
The leadership of the Abossey Okai Spare Dealers Association in the Greater Accra Region would like to address recent developments regarding our planned sit down strike scheduled for November 1 to 3, aimed at raising concerns over the implementation of the Ghana Revenue Authority’s Vat Compliance and Invigilation exercise .
We wish to categorically deny any allegations of bribery on the part of the government to influence our stance on this matter.
Our sit down strike is indeed still on course, and we are resolute in our determination to pursue this cause despite the unfounded allegations of bribery from some disgruntled members within our association.
We find the accusations of bribery to be not only baseless but also disrespectful to the dedication and commitment of our leadership.
The Abossey Okai Spare Dealers Association is comprised of accomplished and reputable individuals who are passionately advocating for the welfare and interests of the Abossey Okai community.
We hereby call upon the public to disregard and dismiss these allegations of bribery as they hold no merit and are intended to undermine the integrity of our association.
We remain unwavering in our commitment to ensuring that the concerns related to the implementation of manual policing are addressed, and we firmly believe in the importance of holding the Ghana Revenue Authority accountable.
We would like to reiterate that our planned sit down strike will proceed as scheduled, serving as a means to emphasize our demands for the Ghana Revenue Authority to cancel the ongoing manual policing implementation process.
Our association remains dedicated to the principles of transparency, fairness, and accountability in matters that affect our community.
We appreciate the understanding and support of the public in our efforts to champion the interests of Abossey Okai and to ensure that the concerns related to manual policing implementation are appropriately addressed.
Head of Communications
Abossey Okai Spare Dealers Association
Greater Accra Region
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