TV Licence GBC now going house-to-house to collect TV licence fee

Speaking at the launch of the collection campaign in Accra, Director General Dr. Kwame Akuffo Anoff-Ntow urged the government to assist it to enforce the collection of the license.

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State broadcaster GBC has announced that it will start its house-to-house collection of TV licence fee from this week in Accra.

Speaking at the launch of the collection campaign in Accra, Director General Dr. Kwame Akuffo Anoff-Ntow urged the government to assist it to enforce the collection of the license.

He also challenged the public to hold the corporation if it does not deliver on its mandate.

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Meanwhile, the Chief Justice Sophia Akuffo has promised to establish a special court to prosecute those who fail to pay their TV license fee.

She believes that the move will ensure that Ghanaians adhere to the regulations regarding the payment of the TV license fee.

The Chief Justice also pointed out that the state broadcaster will benefit immensely when the special court is established.

Regulations on payment of TV license indicates that anyone with the set is expected to pay 36 cedis a year, but 60 cedis for two or more.

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