CITN Flag off Week Long Activities to Commemorate 40th Anniversary in Nigeria

Daily Chronicle

As the Chartered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria (CITN) marks it’s 40 years of its establishment in Nigeria, the Bauchi State District Society has joined their counterparts across the country to commemorate the 40th Anniversary by officially starting the week long activities with a church service held at Elim Church Yelwa on Sunday.

This was disclosed by the State’s District Chairman, Alhaji Kabiru Ahmad (FCTI, FCNA, MFRC) on Monday, shortly after the district members engaged in a walk exercise within some streets of Bauchi metropolis in their branded jerseys.

Kabiru Ahmad, CITN Bauchi District Society Chairman

Speaking to group of journalists who monitored the walk, Ahmad said the walk is designed to keep members fit and alert, for optimal performance in their places of work.

Ahmad further said that the walk was part of series of activities planned for the week to commemorate the existence of CITN in Nigeria

Other activities planned for week, according to the district chairman, includes paying homage to the Emir of Bauchi, Dr. Rilwanu Sulaimanu Adamu at the Emir’s Palace, Courtesy call on the Executive Chairman of Bauchi State Internal Revenue Services (BIRS), visits to Orphanages and IDP camps.

“If all goes well, the week will also feature members attending a special Juma’at prayers to commit the affairs of CITN on to the hands of God”.

“We shall be using most of the week long activities to further create more awareness on the need for Nigerians and corporate bodies  to pay their taxes to government coffers as at when due”, said Alhaji Ahmad.

The District Chairman, who also holds the prestigious traditional title of “Walin Gabas” in Misau Emirate Council, further informed that, “the week long celebrations will end with hosting of visiting national executives of CITN  to a grand dinner”.

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