The event comes off a week after the maiden public engagement on the policy in the Eastern Regional capital, Koforidua last week.
The dignitaries of the meeting include Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta; Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah; Western Regional Minister, Kwabena Otchere Darko-Mensah; Justina Marigold Assan, the Central Regional Minister, and Andrew Egyapa Mercer, the Sekondi MP.
The aim of the meeting is to explain the importance of the E-levy to Ghanaians also take feedback and inputs from relevant stakeholders on the levy.
The controversial E-levy is a new tax that will deduct 1.75% from digital and electronic transactions above 100 cedis daily. It was introduced in the 2022 Budget and has sparked brawls in parliament in December last year.