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DBIR seals off 25 firms’ business premises

By Akpokona Omafuaire

WARRI—AS part of efforts to increase the Internally Generated Revenue, IGR, profile of Delta State, the state’s Board of Internal Revenue, DBIR, has sealed off 25 private companies, including schools and petrol filling stations operating in Udu, Warri and Effurun, for tax default running into millions of naira.

DBIR, in a statement in Warri by its Public Relations Officer,  Mr. Mike Epue, said the sealing off of the business premises was consequent upon the verdicts of the state Revenue Courts in Warri, Otor-Udu and Effurun, in cases filed by DBIR for tax evasion and failure to file their annual tax returns within the stipulated time.

Mr. Joel Ogege, Director of Enforcement and Compliance,  who led  the enforcement team comprising court officials, reiterated the board’s resolve to continue to enforce relevant tax laws in the state.


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