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AMMBAN Decry Illegal Taxes on Mobile Money & Bank Agents by Local Govt. Councils

Association of Mobile Money and Bank Agents of Nigeria (AMMBAN) has frowned at intimidation, disruptions and molestation of its members across the country by local government councils/LCDAs officials and their contractors on the basis of collection of levies and daily tolls.

This extortion according to AMMBAN is coming in the wake of a Pandemic which has brought the World economy to its knees with no exception to its members and their activities. “We have also observed with disdain, an attempt by these ‘meritless contractors’ to categorize our activities with lotto business.

In a statement made available to Nigeria CommunicationsWeek and signed by Oluwasegun Elegbede, national public relation officer of AMMBAN, the association described actions of the local governments and their contractor as a display of high level of ignorance as Mobile Money and Bank agents are not involved in any ‘game of luck’ but a National and somewhat ‘thankless’ assignment

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Revenue Limits: Proposition 13 (1978), Proposition 218 (1996) and Proposition 26 (2010)

  • Article XIIIA of the California Constitution (Tax Limitation)
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