Imo Has Seals 13 Hotels- Ononaku

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The Imo State Government says it has sealed 13 hotels in the state for failure to settle their tax liabilities.
The Chairman of Imo State Internal Revenue Service, Emma Ononaku, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria in Owerri.
Onanaku said the IRS had earlier obtained a court order which empowered the outfit to seal the affected hotels.
He explained that the affected hotels defaulted in the payment of Withholding tax, Pay As You Earn tax as well as the statutory five percent Consumption Tax.
Onanaku said the action was a sequel to the government’s efforts to generate revenue to carry out its enormous obligations to people of the state.
He frowned at the persistent habit of some hoteliers and other business owners whom he said had continued to default in payment of taxes.
While acknowledging that the action would serve as deterrence to others, Ononaku said the affected hotels would remain sealed until the owners fulfilled their financial obligations to the government.


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