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Governor Soludo Cancels Taxes On Hawkers, Wheelbarrow Pushers, Others In Anambra

Anambra State Governor, Charles Soludo has abolished all taxes imposed on wheelbarrow pushers, vulcanizers, hawkers, and others in the state.

Governor Soludo Cancels Taxes On Hawkers, Wheelbarrow Pushers, Others In Anambra

Charles Soludo Amend His Tax Policies In Anambra

The governor made the announcement while addressing residents of the state at the second phase of the open bidding for revenue concessions at the Government House Awka, on Wednesday.

He said, “Wheel barrow pushers must not pay any fee in the state. Vulcanisers operating along the road should also cease from paying any fee to anyone. Hawkers shouldn’t pay any fees. These poor people should stop being harassed.

“This message is for the market unions. If they are found with any evidence, that union will be dissolved with immediate effect.

“We want to build a society where the poor feel empowered and where the rich can get more resources to create wealth and employment.”

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Soludo said the Anambra government was rather about the people, than himself and other government officials.

“We want to build a society where the poor feel empowered and where the rich can get more resources to create wealth and employment.

“This is part of the revolution ongoing in the state. In this way, we have greater value for money,” he said.

KanyiDaily recalls that Governor Charles Soludo recently ordered the immediate suspension of operations of casinos and gaming centers in Anambra over alleged fraudulent and criminal activities.

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