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Lagos moves against celebrity tax defaulters, sues Davido, AY

Tofarati Ige The Lagos State Government has begun moves to tackle high-profile tax defaulters in the state and ensure high level of compliance with its tax laws. As part of this initiative, the state government has moved against some celebrities in the state, who are alleged to be tax evaders despite their earnings from their […]
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