2017 FIRS 7,500 Graduates Job Recruitment By FG via www.portal.npower.gov.ng –
Minister of Finance, Kemi Adeosun, said that young graduates will be to assist in the Federal Inland Revenue Service – No details about the program, Adeosun degrees should apply for these services through the N-Power website Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) has said it is set to recruit at least 7.500 young Nigeria degree. A degree, when working, is expected to become Community Tax Liaison Officers (CTLOs) through the federal government’s ongoing N-Power program.
Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun and chief executive of the Federal Inland Revenue Service, said this on Thursday, June 15 at a press conference.
Adeosun said recruitment is the very purpose of helping to shore up the government’s revenue base.
They show that young graduates to participate in training and sending people and that their main task will be to raise awareness and educate the public on the tax system in Nigeria.
With a tax to GDP ratio of only six percent, one of the lowest in the world and 14 million of tax payers from 69.6 million economically active people (20 percent), Adeosun said that there are a lot of to provide awareness and bring people into the tax system. “As a result, about 7.500 CTLOs be taken by the N-Power program to address this challenge and will be deployed in the country and can be found in public places in each community.
“They can get to markets, schools, churches, mosques, airports, etc., and will separate the materials and logos clearly show that they are part of the tax program know about it easier for them to find, “Adeosun said. She said that although CTLOs will undergo intensive training including classroom learning, case studies, drama and learning in the field.
“Their training is variable and covers the tax system, sales, marketing and customer service,” she said. yellowgist.com.ng learn that these Community Tax Liaison Officers are expected to increase tax awareness raised agree, educate all citizens on the tax system, taxes to meet the increased tax payers and introduce new tax payers but not expected to identify individuals for tax purposes or to collect taxes on behalf of the federal government.
The government urged young Nigeria degree to use these services through the N-Power website under the tab, ‘N-Power Tax’ as there are lots of benefits.