Niger State governor terminates all revenue enforcement appointments 

Niger State governor terminates all revenue enforcement appointments 

Governor Mohammed Umar Bago of Niger State has authorized the termination of all appointments of consultants, service providers, and contractors in Internally Generated Revenue enforcement and collection currently employed by the State Internal Revenue Service, Ministries, Departments, and Agencies.

Secretary to the State Government Alhaji Abubakar Usman disclosed in a statement made available to newsmen that Governor Umar Bago has ordered the termination of their engagements with immediate effect.

The statement further explained that the government’s decision to terminate their services is aimed at enhancing the efficiency and transparency of revenue collection processes within the state.

Alhaji Usman reiterated that the measure is part of the current administration’s broader efforts to create a more structured and accountable income production system, stressing that it will help support long-term economic growth in the state.

He, however, requested that those affected by the termination immediately handover all government property, including official cars and other important documents to the Permanent Secretary or the most senior director in their respective organisations.

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