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Nigerians to pay 5% Value Added Tax on online purchases

By Guardian Exclusive
03 August 2019   |   7:17 am
Nigerians may soon start paying a five per cent Value Added Tax whenever they make purchases online as the FIRS believes the VAT rate in Nigeria is the lowest in the world and there is a need to get additional taxes from other sources.

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