Abraham Ohene Djan, founder of audio-visual media production company, OM Studios, has refuted claims by a section of the media that his company has been shut down.
The reports say OM Studio has been closed due to tax evasion.
However, Abraham who feels the publications are false took to his Facebook page to correct the impression.
“This is one of the problems with the internet and irresponsible blogging. It is true that we had a visit from the GRA over a 5-year audit of our business. To demand payment for outstanding VAT, and as usual carry the media with them to embarrass companies. We have not withheld payment to GRA, we only asked for our documents to be released as the law state after an audit is done, to be independently reviewed,” he wrote.
He added that the delay in operating is as a result of the release of their documents.
“The delay in the non-release of our documents to be independently audited and checked (which every company has a right to) is what has resulted in the delay and added interest to the amount and subcounty visit to our office. The situation is under control and all our other taxes including SNNIT and payee and corporate taxes are up to date,” Ohene Djan said.
Ohene Djan, however assured all of OM Studios clients and the general public, the company still remains in business thus operational to provide top quality production contents of world class standards to serve the ever changing audio-visual productions industry, not just in Ghana but across the continent and the world at large.
By: Kwame Dadzie/citifmonline.com/Ghana