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Why I introduced bill for payment of tax on GSM calls – Ali Ndume

By OakTV
09 October 2019   |   6:00 am
Sen. Ali Ndume, (APC-Borno South) has provided more insight on why he pushed the Bill for an Act to establish the Communication Service Tax. According to the who spoke in an interview with State House correspondents, increasing VAT would have a spiral effect on the populace as it would affect the poor more.According to him, the effect will be on everybody and even commodity transportation from one point to another which always affect the poor.

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