Tax revenue vital to Nigeria’s survival – CITN

The pioneer District Chairman of the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria, Mowe/Arepo & District Society, Akin Akindele, says tax revenue is vital to the survival of Nigeria, saying proceeds of tax revenue are needed for growth and development.

He spoke at the maiden’s dinner and award night of the district society in Ogun State.

During the event, awards of excellence were given to Chief Davidson Alaribe and Prof. Ishola Akintoye as patrons in recognition of their contributions to the birth and growth of the district.

Award of Excellence was given to Mrs Oluwaseun Olajube as matron, while Honourary Award of Excellence went to Prof. Adegbie Festus and Chief Olubode Fakunle for their contributions to the tax profession.

Also, another Award of Excellence went to Mr Adebekun Rotimi in recognition of his supports towards the growth of the district society.

In his remarks at the dinner, Akindele said despite the harsh economic environment compounded by the war in Ukraine, the organisation was aligning with the tax message titled, ‘’Tax Professionals…. the Hope of the Nation.”

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