Governor Babajide Sanwoolu, The Value Added Tax (Vat)

Governor Babajide Sanwoolu, The Value Added Tax (Vat)

Lagosians Back Sanwo-Olu On VAT, Open Grazing Ban

Lagosians Back Sanwo-Olu On VAT, Open Grazing Ban

9/17/2021 4:19:00 AM

Lagosians Back Sanwo-Olu On VAT, Open Grazing Ban

Eight in 10 residents of Lagos State have thrown their weight behind the recently introduced Lagos State Value Added Tax VAT Bill and the Bill for the Eight in 10 residents of Lagos State have thrown their weight behind the recently introduced Lagos State Value Added Tax VAT Bill and the Bill for the prohibition of Open Grazing in the State.

ADVERTISEMENTEight in 10 residents of Lagos State have thrown their weight behind the recently introduced Lagos State Value Added Tax VAT Bill and the Bill for the prohibition of Open Grazing in the State.They said the domestication of the collection of VAT by Lagos State will improve the capacity of the state government to deliver the dividends of democracy to the people of Lagos State.

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Residents of the state made their position known in a new poll conducted by FREDDAN, a Public Relations and ICT Consultancy Firm based in Lagos.ADVERTISEMENTAccording to Executive Director of FREDDAN Continental Services, Olufemi Lawson, the poll was supervised by the organization’s Team made up of experienced Development Experts, Media Enterprenuers and Data Analysts.

He noted that the two top issues raised by the poll are in line with the prevailing subject of discussion among Nigerians, particularly Lagosians, who are the largest contributors to the VAT regime in the country.VAT War: Appeal Court Reserves Ruling On Lagos Plea To Join Case headtopics.com

Data generated from the statewide survey also showed concerns over the menace of farmers/herders conflicts occasioned by the now unpopular uncontrolled open grazing of cattle across the country. These two issues were at the highest point in surveys.The FREDDAN SMS poll was conducted between Sunday and Wednesday, a period when over 50,000 residents were contacted through the Short Message Services on major telecom networks spread across the state.

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Allow them to collect their VAT and take off the allocation!

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Why Nigeria’s states will struggle to collect VAT, By Cheta NwanzeADVERTISEMENTThe Federal Inland Revenue Service, on behalf of Nigeria’s federal government, has been locked in a legal tussle with the Rivers and Lagos state governments over the collection of value added tax. In the last few minutes, a VAT collection Bill, similar to the aforementioned two states, has passed second reading in the Ogun State […] Did they say that 'a journey of a thousand miles starts with a faulty step'.😎