The State Not Losing Revenue At Entry Points; ICUMS Working Creditably— Commissioner-General

There is no lost of any revenue at the country’s entry points as the Integrated Customs Union Management Systems (ICUMS) deployed on June 1 is working creditably.

Rev. Ammishaiddai Owusu-Amoah, the Commissioner-General Ghana Revenue Authority, who disclosed this at a press briefing said between June 1 and 17 the customs Division of the GRA was able to collect 490 million cedis in revenue.

This, he said, compares favourably with the average monthly revenue collections of about 942 million cedis from January to May this year from the country’s entry points when the old system deployed by GCNET was in use.

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