The National Co-ordinator for the Task Force at the GRA, Henry Sam, explained that all attempts to reach Mr Agambire to live up to his tax obligations proved futile.
Mr Agambire has been at the centre of tax default with one of his subsidiary companies, ACI Construction Company Limited, defaulting to a tune of GH¢14,312,974.19 within a period of one year.
ACI is among some 14 delinquent taxpaying companies within Accra and Kumasi earmarked for distress action owing a total of GH¢63,091,370.71.
In the mean time, the premises of the rlg has been attached and has up to 14 days to fulfill his tax payment failure upon which the facility will be auctioned to defray the cost.
Henry Sam, explained that under Section 34 of the VAT Act, Act 546, and Section 136 of the Internal Revenue Act, when a property is sealed, owners have 14 days within which to pay up.
“We have locked the place but it is not the end, the final determination is that we will auction the property if the company fails to pay within the 14 days”, he explained.
Eagle Star Limited and Logistics Support Services Limited, a company located in Abelemkpe have also had their premises attached for defaulting in taxes to a tune GH¢ 607,175.30 within a period of 2 years and GH¢467,779.54 for a year, respectively.
The National Communication Backbone (NCB) Company, an affiliate of Vodafone Ghana, which was part of the companies earmarked for distress actions following its default in taxes to an amount of over GH¢30,000,000, was, however, spared
This followed a request by management of NCB to pay GH¢90,000,081, being 30 percent of the amount in default, by the end of yesterday.
Mr Sam implored all institutions, especially delinquent tax payers, to voluntarily comply with tax laws.