Lagos State Government EBS-RCM-Home
 
Welcome Guest
Login
 

 

 
 
 
 
I am here to:

Search for
Powered by
hit tracker
  The following are some crucial information releases pertaining to the EBS-RCM.Click on the news headline to go to the main story.
 
Lagos IGR Hits N23b Monthly
DailyTimes: Thursday April 16, 2015
Lagos State Government, on Wednesday, said its monthly Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) has increased from N20 billion in 2013 to N23 billion last year.
Lagos generates N120bn from tax in six months
PUNCH, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 2014
The Lagos State Internal Revenue Service on Thursday said it generated more than N120bn from taxation between January and June this year.
CBN Recovers N13b From Commercial Banks On Unlawful Charges
LEADERSHIP, TUESDAY, MAY 6, 2014
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), has recovered N13 billion in the past two years being unlawful charges by the commercial banks across the country to customers.
What Makes Lagos a Model City
THE NEW YORK TIMES, TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 2014
WASHINGTON — Nigeria is arguably the worst run of the world’s seven most populated countries. Despite earning hundreds of billions of dollars in oil revenue over the past decade, it is expected by 2015, by some calculations, to have the second-most destitute people in the world after India. But its largest city, Lagos, which until recently was known as one of the world’s most difficult cities to govern, seems to have turned a corner.
Lagos tops IGR report
VANGUARD, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2013
Data released by the National Bureau of Statistics has shown that Lagos state internally generated revenue for the period of 2010-2012 was higher than any other state in the country.
Lagos accounts for 43% of N508.2bn states’ IGR
NATIONAL MIRROR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2013
The total internally generated revenue, IGR, of the 36 states stood at N508.2 billion in the financial year ended 2012 up from the N457.7 billion generated in the preceding year.
This represents about 10 per cent increase in earnings on year-on-year basis.
Lagos State has 8million Taxable workers
THE NATION, WEDNESDAY,JANUARY 23,2013
LAGOS State Governor Babatunde Fashola has said eight million taxable adults are employed in Lagos State.
LAGOS SUES 238 FIRMS, OTHERS FOR TAX EVASION
PUNCH JANUARY 16, 2013
No fewer than 238 court cases had been filed against companies and individuals by the Lagos State Government for defaulting in paying taxes in the state.
LAGOS SEEKS PAYMENT OF N138M JUDGMENT DEBT FROM SHELL
THE NATION: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2012.
The Lagos State Board of Internal Revenue (LSBIR) has urged the Court of Appeal, Lagos Division, to order Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC), to pay it a N138 million judgment debt.
LAGOS TO PROSECUTE 5.3M TAX EVADERS
THISDAY WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 2012.
Lagos State Government yesterday said that it has received the approval of the Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF) and Minister of Justice, Mr. Mohammed Adoke (SAN), to prosecute more than five million tax evaders, failing to comply with the provisions of tax law.
LIRS Boss Challenges State on IGR
ThisDay. FEBRUARY 14, 2012
The Managing Director, Lagos State Internal Revenue Service, Tunde Fowler has called on state governments to place priority on internally generated revenue (IGR). He said that to rely on foreign grants, loans and federal allocation to run their business would be counterproductive.
Lagos Threatens Tax Defaulters With Prosecution
The Nation,Tuesday, FEBRUARY14, 2012
Henceforth, there would be no hiding place for high profile tax defaulters in the centre of excellence, says Governor Babatunde Fashola (SAN).
Lagos, Ogun teams parley over tax issues, others
THE GUARDIAN, Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Determined to uphold their peaceful relationship and avoid conflict on boundary matters, the Lagos and Ogun state governments have pledged to work together and resolve amicably all matters relating to boundary demarcations and tax remittance of residence living in the border areas of both states.
Gowon Tasks Tax Practitioners on Awareness Campaign
Thisday, May 13 2011
Former Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon has urged taxation professionals in the country to increase the tempo of tax awareness campaigns across the country with a view to making Nigerians see the need for them to pay their taxes in good time.
LAGOS: WHY TAXES ARE HIGH
ThisDay, April 20 2011
Chairman of the Lagos State Inland Revenue Service (LIRS), Mr. Babatunde Fowler said that taxpayers in the state got better values in return for the taxes they paid to the state government in the last four years.
Lagos State Government EBS-RCM-Home