40% out of the Ghanaian playing body don’t contribute a quota to the government- Data analyst

A data analyst has made known his interest in the juvenile figure of footballers on Otec FM. He described them as unemployed as they don’t contribute a quota to the economy.

Out of 70,000 he stated clearly about 40% don’t give out anything to the government and these are the divisional clubs with no ticketing income on match days.

There is an assurance of they being beneficial in the future when they join active and professional football. The major economic growth from the 70,000 is from the Premier league side since they have a structural salary system which gives room for tax payment.

The government stimulus package to be given out to businesses now has a mild rush for TIN numbers where government is looking out for the impact, effect and contribution.

He has disclosed the government is only making sound economic investments where low rate returns shouldn’t expect any investments.

Story by: Nana Akua Fremah Gyamfi

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