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Nigeria’s Finance Bill: What you need to know

By CNBC
20 November 2019   |   2:39 pm
Nigeria's Finance Bill seeks to shore up the government's revenue base by amending seven acts of the National Assembly relating to taxes. Ken Erikume, Partner of Tax Reporting and Strategy at PwC Nigeria joined CNBC Africa's Kenneth Igbomor to breakdown the Finance Bill, as members of Nigeria’s House of Representatives boycotted the public hearing slated for Tuesday.

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