Away from Ugandans being enraged by the new social media tax, the Deputy Speaker of Parliament, Jacob Oulanyah says the tax is not too much for an average Ugandan.
While speaking at the launch of the second quarterly report to access the rule of law in Uganda by the Uganda Law Society today in Kampala, Oulanya has said that since government nerds to improve key government sectors like health and roads, Ugandans should not fight it nut instead embrace it. .
According to Oulanya the 200 shilling daily tax is too small and will go along way to support government loans in providing good and better services without relying on donor aid.
However, the president of Uganda Law society Simon Peter Kibobe says they are going to examine the legality of double taxation on mobile money transactions and see if there is a justifiable cause of action to petition court.