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Kano reshuffles revenue board

11 November 2015, 08:48Augustine Osayande

Abuja - The Kano State Government has terminated the appointment of Alhaji Habu Fagge as Chairman of the State Board of Internal Revenue.

Government spokesman, Baba Halilu Dantiye, confirmed the move.

Dantiye said the termination of Fagge's appointment was in accordance with Section 10(f) of the State Revenue Administration Law.

“The Section provides that the Chairman or a member of the Board ceases to hold office where the governor is satisfied that it is not in the  interest of the service or of the public for the person to continue in office and the governor removes him,” Dantiye said.

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He added Governor Abdullahi Umar Ganduje has also approved the appointment of Sani Abdulkadir Dambo new chairman of the board.

Other appointments approved by the governor are AbdulMumini Ladan Ajumawa as Director of Collection, Ahmed Madigawa (Planing, Research and Statistics) and Abdulrazak Datti Salihi (Personal Income Tax).

Others are Muhammad Abba Aliyu (Road and other Taxes), Adamu Kabo Idris (ICT),  Abdulkadir Abdulsalam Director (MDAs Non-Tax Revenue), Hussaini Abdulhameed Nurudeen (Tax Audit) and Haruna Aliyu Yargaya, Director Assessment.

Dantiye said the governor expressed commitment to overhaul and reform the Revenue Board to be able to face the present challenges of dwindling economic situation and scarce revenue. 

- CAJ News


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