The President and Chairman in Council, Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria, Adesina Adedayo, has said the institute is committed to expanding taxation in the country.
Adedayo spoke during the 40th anniversary and dinner awards of the institute.
He said, “I see an institute that understands its role in terms of thought leadership, tax legislative, administration and policy intervention.
“Finally, I see an institute that is expanding the frontiers for the development of taxation beyond impact in territorial but in global space.”
He said that 40 years after the institute commenced, it has become a name that is tested, trusted and an institute that is resilient, innovative and dynamic.
The institute, according to him, has become a connecting institute and an intergenerational institute that is connecting the dream of the founding fathers, the energy of today’s generation and the vision of new members in terms of relevance and dynamism required of the tax professional for tomorrow.
According to him, CITN is a nation of economists, lawyers and accountants and organised for efficient service delivery.