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Members With In The Parliament Urged Parliamentarians To Pay OTT Tax

Members Within The Parliament Urged Parliamentarians To Pay Their OTT Tax

The Government together with the members of Parliament, a few months back came up with a final decision of imposing taxes on both social media and Mobile money.  These taxes put a limit on social media platforms like Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, Twitter, Viber and many more.

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The introduction of these taxes affected many Ugandans and led to serious protests all over Kampala. With a daily pay of 200 shillings per day, 1400 shillings per week and  6000 shillings monthly, this made many revelers around the country feel uncomfortable because of this OTT tax introductory. This too affected the members of Parliament.

Members of Parliament to pay their OTT.

However, a categorized group among the Members of Parliament stood up and sent their proposals about paying their OTT tax to the Speaker of Parliament Rebecca Kadaga.

“It’s hard for us to use our IPads to access social media because Parliament hasn’t cleared OTT tax)”. They urged.

Therefore, this will make it more easier for the MP’s to use their Ipads thoroughly well without any disturbances.

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