Osun Shuts Down Dangote Quarry Over N1.5bn Tax Default

Osun Shuts Down Dangote Quarry Over N1.5bn Tax Default

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Added by November 23, 2017

The Osun State Board of Internal Revenue Service, (OIRS) has shut down a Dangote Quarry located at Ayedaade local government area of the state over N1.5 billion Tax Default.

The tax enforcement team which was led by the Special Adviser to Governor Rauf Aregbesola on Tax and Revenue Matters, Gbenga Akano, sealed the entrance to the site.

Akano said the company has been allegedly evading tax since it started operation on the land many years ago and several letters have been written to the company but yielded no result.

About 30 private local security operatives attached to the company who were suspected to be members of Oodua People’s Congress (OPC) attacked the tax enforcement team in an attempt to prevent them from sealing by the quarry.

Akano disclosed that the private security operatives allegedly shot at the officials of the IRS, seized their phones and gadgets and harassed them.

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