When the GSA stated that the will start to be implemented the next year, there were a variety of responses, with many people protesting the move.
The ministry in charge of commerce and industry has intervened even before the implementation date is scheduled in order to stop the action that some analysts claim will be detrimental to the government’s efforts to generate income.
All used automobiles imported into the nation must be accompanied by a certificate of compliance, according the Customs (Amendment) Act 2020, Section 61 of Act 891 amended.
The Minority and Majority in Parliament, the very MPs who enacted the law, did not take kindly to the announcement of its implementation.
Emmanuel Kofi Armah Buah, the ranking member of the Select Committee on Trade and Industry, spoke out against the law’s implementation and demanded stakeholder involvement first.
According to reports, his colleague and ranking member of the committee on roads and transportation, Gov. Kwame Agbodza, stated that the country was not prepared for the law’s implementation.