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NTHC announce plans to build 100,000 houses to solve 17.5% VAT removal in Ghana’s affordable housing.
Ghana’s National Trust holding company (NTHC) is making plans to build 100,000 houses over a five years period. This houses will help solve Ghana affordable home problem. This problem is due to the removal of the 17.5 per cent VAT on house sales and tax waivers on building materials.
NTHC Managing Director, Eva Andoh-Opoku made the statement while donating educational item to a school. She said that the housing project will help the individuals to be able to have a home for their family.
NTHC during the event gave Gh₵ 20,000 to the Osu-Ringway Estate Basic School. This is part of the company’s corporate social responsibility. Meanwhile, other items include two Dell Computers and accessories, one Epson Projector, 10 whiteboards for nursery to the Junior High School (JHS).
The aim of NTHC is to compliment government’s effort at providing quality education to all. As their story will not be complete without impacting the lives of individuals.
Headmistress of the school, Ruth Ahuma Djietor said the donation was timely as the school needed it to improve its infrastructure. She also appeal to other organisation to emulate the gesture and assist the school.
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