Glo offices in Ghana shut down over GH¢10m Tax Default

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THE GHANA Revenue Authority (GRA) onTuesday, October 30, shut the head office of telecom firm, Glo Ghana over a GH¢10 million tax default, Whatsup News gathered.

According to information tricklingin, the Nigerian owned Telecom Company was shut down after the revenue agency and the telecom company failed to reach an agreement over the default.

Glo is the last entrant into the Ghanaian telecom industry. Iits operations has suffered serious setbacks as it  failed to gather as much subscribers as was originally anticipated.

Overall turnover in sales has been poor, compelled the management in Nigeria to take drastic measures to cut down cost of operations.

The branding, marketing, communications and the national sales departments of the company are the worst hit by these shake-up in the company.

Several staff have been retrenched or forced to resign due to the company’s poor performance.

Source: Whatsup News


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