Founder and leader of Royal House Chapel International, Rev Sam Korankye Ankrah has reacted as GRA chases his daughter, Naa Dromo with tax.
Following Sam Korankye Ankrah’s daughter’s wedding where she received a $1 million cheque, the Ghana Revenue Authority has sent a letter to Naa Dromo demanding to find more information about her business.
GRA noted in their letter that Naa Dromo has a business registered as an enterprise and under the name NDKA star with two separate tin numbers. And she has not been filing for her income tax returns.
The Ghana Revenue Authority has therefore invited her to come to their office on Friday, July 23rd to answer some questions and also to prevent sanctions and further charges.
Coming after GRA’s letter, Rev Sam Korankye Ankrah has explained that the $1 million gift cheque his daughter received was a ‘faith dummy cheque’.
According to the man of God, his daughter’s friends in a group identified as Second Generation presented the faith dummy cheque to his daughter.
He has said that it was an act of faith, they didn’t receive a genuine cheque or cash.
Rev Sam Korankye Ankrah’s second daughter, Naa Dromo recently married in a plush wedding ceremony which was held in the Royal House Chapel International Church.
Rev Sam Korankye officiated his daughter’s wedding as he joined her and her sweetheart only known as Nana.
The wedding titled Royal Wedding was everything classy, beautiful, elegant and flashy!
Friends of Naa Dromo gifted her a $1 million cheque gift but according to her father, it was a dummy cheque.