Executive Chairman of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), Tunde Fowler, promised to deploy the necessary resources and resources to increase the capacity and operational base of the Benue Internal Revenue Service (BIRS).
Fowler also offered to sponsor a one-week training session of the FIRS for the management and employees of the state tax agency at any place of their choice within the country as a way to expose them for modern global tax administration and practice.
According to a statement signed by the Special Assistant (media and publicity), Mr. Dennis Mearney, Acting Executive Chairman of the BIRS, Mr. Fowler committed himself when he received his former Assistant Director of the Planning and Planning Statistics Department of the current Acting Executive Director of the BIRS Chairman, Mr. Terzungwe Acer, in his office.
Mr. Fowler instructed the tax authorities in the country to study other revenue strategies in order to increase sufficient domestic revenue (IGR), which would enable them to assume the task of financing the budgets of their various states.
Fowler told Mr. Acer: "We have relations with BIRS, and some of the things we do are not new to you, since you were part of it.