Governor Sanwo-Olu passed on his message in a statement by his Chief Press Secretary, Gboyega Akosile.
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Name said this in Abuja on Monday when he spoke with newsmen
Fowler, who was also a former Chief Executive Officer, Lagos State Internal Revenue Service, responded to an invitation from the EFCC on Monday
Though the initial amount allegedly released by the FIRS to the APC for the campaign was put at N90 billion, PRNigeria, an online publication, reported on Sunday that an outstanding N40 billion from the money was causing ripples in the Presidency.
All is not well within the Presidency, comprising of the office of the President and Vice President, over alleged misappropriation of N40 billion from the Federal Inland Revenue Service under the immediate past Chairman, Babatunde Fowler.
. The Buhari request to the Senate was sequel to the non reappointment of former FIRS boss, Babatunde Fowler, for a second term.
The Presidency on Monday replaced Fowler with a tax expert, Muhammad M. Nami
These developments were contained in a statement on Monday by the Senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Mallam Garba Shehu
Fowler said on Thursday in his opening remarks at the third Annual Nigeria Tax Research Network Conference holding at the FIRS Training School in Durumi, Abuja. The conference is themed: Revenue Challenges Online and Offline: Bridging the Digital divide in an Analogue Economy.
The group gave the commendation on Monday when members of its National Executive Council paid a courtesy visit to FIRS headquarters in Abuja.
It identified Babatunde Fowler who, as Chairman of the Lagos State Inland Revenue Service, had driven the process that saw the state internally generated revenue jump from a monthly average of N3.6 billion in 2006 to N25 billion in 2015.
The Federal Inland Revenue Service, FIRS, said it has collected the sum of N4. 012 Trillion in three quarters (January-September 2019), Executive Chairman, Tunde Fowler told Senate Committee on Appropriations today in Abuja.
He said this on Wednesday in Abuja while declaring open a seminar by the West Africa Tax Administration Forum on “Exchange of Information’’ as a tool to combat offshore tax evasion, especially in the ECOWAS sub region.
The suit, instituted by a legal practitioner, Stanley Okwara, was thrown out by the court on the ground that the lawyer has no locus standi to institute it.
The commendation was given by Northern youths under the aegis of Arewa Youth Assembly.
After hearing all the parties, including the preliminary objections and counter affidavits of the Defendants, the presiding Judge, Hon. Justice Lewis-Allagoa, adjourned the matter to October 11 for rulings and final judgment.
Fowler made the disclosure on Thursday in his welcome address at the North-Central zone regional flag-off of the New Tax Identification Number Registration System and National Consolidated Taxpayer Database, which held at the Banquet Hall of the Kwara State Government House, Ilorin.
The presiding judge of the High Court, Justice Lewis Allagoa, after hearing a plaintiff’s counsel on September 23, 2019, also ordered that the defendant should be served in Abuja and file his defence within five days.
The Chairman of the Committee, Senator Solomon Adeola, made the disclosure in a statement issued by his Media Adviser, Kayode Odunaro, in Abuja on Thursday.
Fowler gave the advice on Wednesday at the ongoing 49th Annual Conference of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria, where he was the keynote speaker at a panel discussion on FIRS Power of Substitution.