Edo - Edo State Governor, Adams Oshiomhole, has maintained that his administration would enforce the implementation of the Land Use Charge in order to collect all payable taxes in the state, Punch reports.
There had been several criticisms, including a demonstration against the recent move by state government.
The Land Use Charge tax includes tenement rate, property tax and ground rent.
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Oshiomhole, who spoke on Monday when he received reports on tax reforms of the Edo Inland Revenue Services from a principal consultant, Ifueko Omoigui Okauru, said that he had pledged to manage the state with funds generated from taxes and vowed that no individual would be exempted.
He explained that the tax policy would be run equitably such that the more property a person owns, the bigger the tax the person would pay.
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