FIRS Seals Peter Obi’s Company Over Tax Debt

Former Anambra State Governor, Peter Obi
Former Anambra State Governor, Peter Obi

The Federal Inland Revenue Services, FIRS, has reportedly sealed the Onitsha warehouse of Next international company, owned by former governor of Anambra State, Peter Obi, citing tax violations.

This is in continuation of the strict tax regime of the present administration.

    Obi’s company reportedly owes FG N20.4million in tax remittances since 2006 having failed to pay Company Income Tax, Withholding Tax and Education Tax within the period.

    In Kano State, the FIRS enforcement team, led by Umar Garba, sealed Sani Brothers Transport Company Limited, Triumph Nigeria Limited, Multi System Nigeria Limited and NorthWest Cable Manufacturers Limited.

    The companies owe the country N12. 3million, N6.5million, N3.3million and N5.8million respectively in tax remmitances.

    Also in Lagos state, the enforcement team sealed the offices of Secure ID Limited, situated at 2 Olawale Dawodu Street, Ikoyi, over a tax debt of N151million.

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    1. Nonsense news.
      Empty witch hunting.
      Unfortunately for them, Peter obi doesn’t own Next International again. Shame on dangerous APC. Too evil to stay beyond 2023.

    2. This Peter obi is fraud, it’s no news,,it just that his dumb followers refused to accept the truth.. blind supporters…

    3. This blogger don’t have sense. Even if he is owning Nigeria #20billion don’t worry, na owe him owe no be thief.

    4. A man who wants to be Nigeria President and onwing Nigeria #20.4 m in tax remittance in 2006, if eventually becomes the President, he will totally sell Nigerians


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