Kabul-Afghanistan (PMG):

Reporter: Shershah Nawabi

The Afghan government has signed $ 11 million with a foreign company to raise revenue of 10 percent telecom taxes. But now, Abdul Razzaq Wahidi, the former telecoms minister of the country, reveals the contractor company biggest controversy and the mistake of the government. Abdul Razzaq Wahidi has written on his Facebook page: “Instead of contracting with a false company that was created in 2016 and with an unknown background, the government should give Afghan youths an opportunity to build the real-time system. Instead of spending $ 11 million two million dollars give this opportunity for the youth of Afghanistan, to build a real-time system, which later would be sold around the world will at the cost of tens of millions of dollars.”

Mr. Wahidi says that the US company has no experience in collecting incoming telephony services and that it has created a Facebook page and still other internet pages in order to succeed in the signing of an agreement with the national unity government. He has also emphasized that if this were to happen again the debate about the likelihood of collecting 10% of telecommunications tax would be racked up.

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