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How PPPRA failed to remit road tax fund – Senator Kabiru Gaya

How PPPRA failed to remit road tax fund - Senator Kabiru Gaya

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Swiss authorities on Thursday extradited a German lawyer sought by Germany on account of being a key leader of a massive tax fraud scheme called "Cum-Ex." Hanno Berger, 71, was handed over to German police officials in the city of Konstanz in southern Germany, prosecutors based in Frankfurt said.