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Self Employed Nigerians Should Pay Tax – Lawmaker

Self Employed Nigerians Should Pay Tax – Lawmaker

House of Representative Member, Fakeye Olufemi has asked the Nigerian Government to tax self-employed Nigerians. Jamb Results

Fakeye Olufemi said this during a plenary session on the floor of the federal house in Abuja.

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According to PUNCH, Fakeye Olufemi who is currently representing Boluwaduro/Ifedayo/Ila constituency said that Nigerians who are self-employed reportedly earn a lot of money adding that it will enable the federal government to boost its revenue.

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PUNCH reports that Fakeye Olufemi said, “I pay attention to revenue shortfalls for the government. I recall when I was young, everybody paid taxes. Whether you are a farmer, your daddy was a carpenter, whatever he did for a living, he paid tax. Information Guide Nigeria

“I think our tax reform should be such that every Nigerian has a chance to contribute. Go out there and talk to 80 per cent or 90 per cent of the people of Nigeria, a lot of them who are self-employed; they don’t pay tax anymore.”

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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