The 10% tax imposed on gambling winnings was met with strong opposition from the general people. Nevertheless, the administration went ahead and imposed the tax despite pleas for it to be repealed.
The youth, though, are adamant about their position. They contend that there are insufficient job possibilities created by the government to support the claim that gambling causes indolence.
“Education on the tax policy is low and the matter has been politicized and so people are not aware of the truth regarding the matter,” he added.
When talking about the development, Mr. Akpaloo noted that there hasn’t been any heightened sensitivity.