By Abdullahi Muhammad
In continuation of its ongoing efforts to harmonize and enhance the Internally Generated Revenue of Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory Internal Revenue Service (FCT-IRS) has issued a three-week ultimatum to companies and organisations with foreign nationals working in the Territory to turn in details of expatriates for proper documentation.
The administration said, such concerned organisations are strongly advised to comply promptly not later than the end of May 2023.
This was disclosed in a statement signed by Head, Corporate Communications, FCT-IRS, Mustapha Sumaila, which was made available to newsmen on Sunday.
According to the statement, the request, is part of the resolution reached in a meeting between Mr. Agboola Lukman Dabiri, Secretary, of Economic Planning, Revenue Generation and PPP in the Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA), and the Acting Executive Chairman, FCT-IRS, Mr. Haruna Abdullahi.
“This exercise is compulsory and should be taken with utmost importance by firms and organisations with expatriates working under them within the Federal Capital Territory.
“Concerned organisations are strongly advised to comply promptly not later than the end of May 2023”, the statement affirmed.